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1 Anonymous B. Franklin, Innovator. Poor Richard was a sort of historical Crusoe, prepared to new-make everything, inventive, ingenius, resourceful, competent, the living symbol of a society of Robinson Crusoes. Wood engravings by John DePol
A. R. Tommasini 1974 Paperback Collectible: Very Good None Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 700 copies, this is number 190. Series: Christmas Keepsake, No. 28. 12mo. 133 x 92 mm. 28, [2] pp. Illustrated throughout with color wood engravings by John DePol; text clean, un-marked. Illustrated embossed wrappers, decorative end-leaves; binding square and tight. Holiday wishes insert loosely inserted. SCARCE. Fine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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2 Anonymous Dallas in 1873: An Invitation to Immigrants
Dallas, TX Stone-Inge Books 1980 First Edition, thus Hardcover Collectible: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 450 copies. Miniature Book. 2 7/8 x 2 inches. [iv], 26 pp. Title-page printed within a double-lined border, illustrations throughout, list of Dallas businesses; text clean, unmarked. Flexible cloth binding, printed paper label on front cover, illustrated end-leaves; binding square and tight, a bit thumbed. Very Good. SCARCE. "Stone-Inge Books in Dallas, Texas published one miniature book in both regular and deluxe editions. This book reprints the contents of an 1873 poster designed to convince persons to move to Dallas." Bradbury. Reference: Bradbury, Twentieth Century US Miniature Books, Stone-Inge Books, No. 1, p. 286. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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3 Anonymous. Le Quinze Joyes de Mariage.
Paris: Editions du Rameau D'Or, Paul Cotinaud, 1945 Leather Bound Used: Very Good Leather Bound Henry Lemarie. 
LIMITED EDITION of 750 copies, this is number 458, printed on sur papier pur fil. 12mo. [x], (162), [2] pp. 76 wood engraved and hand-colored illustrations by Henry Lemarie throughout, with colored initial letters, includes an additional illustrated title page titled in red, title-page vignette, introduction by Paul Cotinaud; text clean, unmarked. Full orange calf, dark blue leather spine label titled in gilt, two yellow leather on-lays at the head and foot of spine, top edge gilt, hand-colored decorative end-papers; binding square and tight. Fine. Les Quinze Joyes de Mariage (The 15 Joys of Marriage) is an anonymous late fourteenth- or early fifteenth-century French satire in prose that presents a picture, full of sharpness and humor, on the deceits and conflicts that afflict the married state. The misogynist satire is allied to a pitiless analysis of the blindness of husbands in everyday, concrete situations. The author remains anonymous in spite of the eight lines of octosyllables placed at the end of the text that contain the name of the author. The riddle has held its secret until today, but several names have been proposed, most often Antoine de la Sale (1385-1460). Henry Lemarie (1911-1991), a French illustrator from Tours, is the most famous French miniaturist of the twentieth century; his work is highly sought after by bibliophiles. Lemarie studied classical literature under the Jesuits, then from 1930 to 1936 studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His work is influenced by Fra Angelico, Bruegel the Elder, and other Medieval and Renaissance artists. 
Price: 650.00 USD
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4 Anonymous The Agincourt Carole
San Francisco Bird in Hand Press 1973 First Edition Hardcover New Hardcover Bruce Wm Bradley 
24mo. 128 x 116 mm. [12] pp. Blue linoleum-cut illustrations throughout; text clean, un-marked. Decorative paper over boards, title printed on front cover with double-lion illustration printed in blue ; binding square and tight. From the colophon: “The anonymous 15th century text, AGINCOURT, was hand set in American Uncial with the Latin refrain in QUADRATA; {a privately cast type face by Paul Duensing}, illustrations were cut in linoleum by Bruce Wm. Bradley. The book was completed at the Bird in Hand Press, San Francisco, in late Aguust 1973.” Fine. Your order receives my personal attention. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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