ZION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH MONTREAL. 78th anniversary October, 1910, and 1st anniversary of the opening of the Richard Miles Memorial Organ
Montreal: The church, 1910. Octavo. pp , stapled, in card covers. Photos. VG+ copy. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 45358More details Price: USD $35.00
ZLY SMIECH. Powiesc
Warsaw: Bibljoteka Groszowa, 1928. First Polish edition of DARK LAUGHTER (1925), translated by Barbary Zanowny. Pictorial wrappers with yapp edges. Yellowing to first and last page from offsetting; nicks to yapp edges; original tissue wrapper present (yellowed, small chips & tears); rubber stamped date (Dec. 18, 1929) above imprint on title page; VG+ copy otherwise, text clean and fresh.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 24318More details Price: USD $39.95
ZOLA. Translated from the French by Mary Balairdie Green and Frederick C. Green.
Edition: First UK printing
London: Dent, 1932. Light blue cloth. 279 pp + 7 plates. Slightest of spine darkening, else a fine, jacketless copy. A study of the great French novelist by another noted French novelist.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 3925More details Price: USD $25.00
ZOOGRAPHY; or, the beauties of nature displayed. with select descriptions of the animal, and vegetable, with additions from the mineral kingdom. Systematically arranged. Illustrated with plates, designed and engraved by Mr. William Daniell (3 vol. set)
Edition: First Edition
London: Cadell and Davies, 1807. Three volumes, small quarto, 27 x 17.5 cm, bound in contemporary full crimson morocco gilt extra, sides with wide decorative borders, flat spines with raised bands, lettered & decorated in gilt; gilt inner dentettes, all edges gilt, dark grey endpapers, bound-in ribbon markers. Vol. I: pp , (iii)-(xx). 572,  + 24 aquatint plates and 2 vignette illustrations in text. Vol. II: pp , (iii)-viii, 618,  + 20 plates; Vol. III: pp , (iii)-(viii), 612,  + 15 plates. Errata below end of text. Nice modern woodcut bookplate at front of each volume. Spines a little darkened, gilt lightly mellowed; Front free endpaper of Vol. I has very small chips to fore edge,…(more)
London: Cadell and Davies, 1807. Three volumes, small quarto, 27 x 17.5 cm, bound in contemporary full crimson morocco gilt extra, sides with wide decorative borders, flat spines with raised bands, lettered & decorated in gilt; gilt inner dentettes, all edges gilt, dark grey endpapers, bound-in ribbon markers. Vol. I: pp , (iii)-(xx). 572,  + 24 aquatint plates and 2 vignette illustrations in text. Vol. II: pp , (iii)-viii, 618,  + 20 plates; Vol. III: pp , (iii)-(viii), 612,  + 15 plates. Errata below end of text. Nice modern woodcut bookplate at front of each volume. Spines a little darkened, gilt lightly mellowed; Front free endpaper of Vol. I has very small chips to fore edge, and inner hinge is neatly repaired with matching paper. Vol. II has a long tear to plate at p. 133 (electric eel) neatly repaired on the blank side; likewise ra epair to a short tear to bottom margin of plate at p 164 (rostrated chaelodon) only slight entering the background of the image; scattered foxing and small brown soil spots, especially to margins of plates though the images are mostly unaffected; Vol. I just a little leaned; in all, a VG set, sound in the attrative bindings, no damp stains. Volume I treats the quadrupeds and birds, Volume II reptiles, fish, insects, and shellfish. Volume III covers plants and minerals. The b&w aquatints, by William Daniell (1769-1837), an important British landscape and marine painter and engraver, are especially interesting for their full frontal realism, if distorted scale, against dramatic backgrounds. His book on India, ORIENTAL SCENERY, is highly prized. William Wood, F.R.S., F.L..S., who trained as a surgeon, turned to natural history and then to bookselling, becoming the leading London natural history bookseller of his day. "An esteemed work" (Lowndes). Note: 5.5 kg parcel, extra shipping will be required.(less)
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 40658More details Price: USD $595.00
ZPEVY Z MODRYCH HOR
Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, 1964. 73 leaves, printed rectos only. Soil spots to covers, VG copy otherwise, and inscribed by the author Toronto, 7 March, 1964. Poetry by this Czech-Canadian author. The title translates as SONGS OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS.
Condition: Binding: Softcover.Book ID: 10265More details Price: USD $24.95
ZUK. Translated from the French of Georges Zuk. With and introduction and notes by Robin Skelton
Edition: First printing
Erin, ON: Porcupine's Quill, 1982. Card covers. VG. Poetry.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 52868More details Price: USD $12.95
ZULEIKA DOBSON. Illustrations by Michael Kirkham
London: Folio Society, 2008. First edition with these illustrations. Illustrated boards in slipcase, colour illustrations. Fine copy. Slipcase has slight soiling, VG otherwise.
Condition: Binding: Hardcover.Book ID: 47891More details Price: USD $14.95
ZYGAL: a book of mysteries and translations
Edition: First printing
Toronto: Coach House Press, 1985. Octavo, card covers. Poems, drawings, marks on paper. Light sticker residue on red front flyleaf, else fine. Somewhat uncommon.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 42413More details Price: USD $17.95
Edition: First printing
Toronto: Laocoön (Contact) Press, c1954 (issued 1955). Octavo, pp 139, sewn, in pale yellow card covers printed in black and grey-brown, with attached flap at front. Spine has very small chips at ends, small spot; small spots to rear cover and to front flap; bit of yellowing to page edges and front free endpaper; June, 1955, ink owner name at front with a one word ink note on p. 71 and a few lines of ink notes on last (blank) page. VG otherwise. Signed by the author on the title page. Note: usually listed as published in 1954, but we have seen a review copy with slip giving publication date of 1 June, 1955. A long poem by an important Canadian modernist poet.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 41896More details Price: USD $65.00