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Vie De M. Thomas Dazincourt by M. Thomas Dazincourt - 1892

Vie De M. Thomas Dazincourt

by M. Thomas Dazincourt

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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Paris France: D. Dumoulin et Cie, 1892. Pretre de la Congregation de la Mission d'apres ses manuscrits et sa corresponde…
  • Title: Vie De M. Thomas Dazincourt
  • Author: M. Thomas Dazincourt
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Very Good
  • Jacket condition: No Jacket
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: D. Dumoulin et Cie
  • Place: Paris France
  • Date published: 1892
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La Doctrine spirituelle de M. Dazincourt, pretre de la congregation de la Mission, conferences et extraits de lettres aux Filles de la Charite.

M. Thomas Dazincourt

Scarce: OCLC locates but two copies worldwide. Nicely bound in quarter brown morocco over marbled boards. A clean copy in a supple binding. Without previous owners' names or other markings. 494 pages

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$400.00
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Collectible Dolls: Facts & Trivia Volume One

Bennett, Betty O

Light shelfwear to edges. Glossy covers. Clean interior pages free of markings. 152 pages. 0.3" X 6" X 4.5" 1cmX 15X11cm Facts and trivia about collectible dolls such as many dolls made between 1700 and 1780 were called Queen Ann dolls, the first manufactured dolls to look like a baby were ma…

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$11.95
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Conquistador

Guedalla, Philip

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  • Condition: Very Good
  • Edition: Impression A-C Thus
  • Bookseller: Mary Riversong Books
Guedalla, Philip: "Conquistador " 1928 First Edition, Harper & Brothers. New York and London Used. VG/ No DJ included. Attractive red boards with gilt titling on front and spine. 5 7/8 X 8 7/8. 1928 First Edition Impression A-C on copyright page. 276 pages plus adverts.. HISTORICAL FICTION.

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$34.95
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Kovels' Know Your Antiques

Ralph Kovel; Terry Kovel

364 Pages. This fascinating reference book on antiques' dust jacket has a repaired tear on the front side and worn areas along the top and bottom edges and on its corners. The interior book, other than having an inscription to the former owner inside the front cover, has no other visible marking…

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$20.00
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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West

Brown, Dee

Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee . By Dee Brown. 1970 Holt, Rinehart & Winston Stated Second Printing Thus, February, 1971. BCE. Dimpled back board. Please see our stock photo. Used. Very Good/Good DJ. DJ has a triangular chip out of the word "bury" on the front cover. 6 ¼ X 9 3/8. 486 pages, Il…

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$34.95
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Lucky You, What Science Has Done For Us

Leaf, Munro

Lucky You: What Science Has Done For Us J.B. Lippincott Stated First Edition. SCIENCE. Artfully illustrated by MUNRO LEAF. Good EXLIB in a Good unclipped $2.25 orig. price dust jacket.

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$38.95
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Forced Native Labor in Sixteenth Century Central America

William L Sherman

xvi+469 pages with appendix and bibliography. Royal octavo (9" x 6") bound in original publisher's brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine in original pictorial jacket. First edition Focusing on the fate of the natives under Spanish rule, the author traces in graphic detail the rupturing of Indi…

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$25.00
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Evvie

Caspary, Vera

Evvie. By Vera Caspary, author of the haunting "Laura". (1960, Harper & Brothers Stated First Edition W/DJ) . EXLIB. Used. Good/Good condition Uncommon. Original unclipped $4.95 white DJ. Evvie, a Murder Mystery of the notorious roaring twenties. PLOT SUMMARY:" It was a time when skirt…

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$34.95
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The Elephant's Child

Kipling, Rudyard

Kipling, Rudyard: The Elephant's Child, Just So Stories Series. 1942 First Edition Thus, Garden City Publishing. Beautifully illustrated by R.F. Rojankovsky. CHILDREN'S BOOK. Story Summary: "Because of his 'satiable curiosity' about what the crocodile has for dinner, the elephant's child and a…

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$44.95
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Ira Aldridge The Negro Tragedian

Herbert Marshall and Mildred Stock

Ira Frederick Aldridge (1807 – 1867) was an American-born British actor, playwright, and theatre manager, known for his portrayal of Shakespearean characters. he regarded as the one of the first Black American tragedians. As his career grew, his performances of Shakespeare's classics met wi…

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$45.00
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Gramercy Park: An American Bloomsbury

Caroline Klein

With map endpapers; xix, 330 pp.; b&w photos; Looks at the history of the Gramercy Park section of New York; describes its origins and includes profiles of the American authors who once formed part of its community including Washington Irving, Stephen Crane, O. Henry, Mark Twain, Henry James and …

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$45.00