2010 Immortal Battles In The North Vinyl. I purchased this direct from Osmose. Only 800 Pressed in black vinyl. Condition is mint other than a couple of very faint marks on vinyl that are too fine to photograph. Played 2 or 3 times only and carefully stored away. A nice clean copy. Please check out my other rare records. I will be listing other immortal Vinyl, please ask for details.
Up for sale is one copy of Animosity 1. This is the Blindbox Color Variant. Only 150 of these exist. Grading is always subjective, so please look at the photos and make your own judgement. Happy to answer any questions that I can. Also willing to combine shipping. Thanks for looking
Manchester Watch Works, of Vermont, USA produced just 150 of these chronographs. The movement is a Swiss hi-beat quartz that has a sweep second hand (like a mechanical watch) but the accuracy and zero service requirements of a quartz. The body is surgical grade 316 stainless steel and the crystal is sapphire. It has fantastic superluminova for great visibility at night. It has drilled lugs so that you can change straps easily and quickly. So it is top of the line in every department. Its even wa...ter resistant down to 100m The watch has a screw down case back, which is signed. The crown and clasp are also signed. The watch is on the unworn padded, quilted leather strap that it came on.Cases size - 40mm excluding crown. So its pretty much a perfect size for daily wear and fits beautifully under the cuff of a dress shirt.Watch comes with original box and paperwork, including the outer box and warranty card.This watch is unworn and still in new condition, without a mark or blemish anywhere. I bought it for my personal collection but it has just sat there in the box not being used. A recent buying spree means that this watch unfortunately has to go to free up space.This is an amazing looking watch and ultra rare. It looks very stylish and mega expensive when on the wrist. Check out my feedback, I only deal with top condition watches. Please check out the images as they form part of the description. Postage is via Australia Post, signed for and insured. No international shipping or zero feedback bidders.
PEAR TREE PRESS JAMES GUTHRIE SOME POEMS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE 1 OF ONLY 150 COPIESPEAR TREE PRESS JAMES GUTHRIE SOME POEMS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE 1 OF ONLY 150 COPIESClick images to enlargeDescriptionPEAR TREE PRESS. JAMES J GUTHRIE. EDGAR ALLAN POE. SOME POEMS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE. 1 OF ONLY 150 COPIES PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE ARTIST AT THE PEAR TREE PRESS, SHORNE KENT. (copyright) MCMI. AN UNBOUND COPY CONSISTING OF A HALF-TITLE-PAGE, TITLE-PAGE, 49 NUMBERED PAGES OF POEMS AND THE INTRODUCTION PAG...ES, THE INTRODUCTION PAGES PRINTED IN RED. FOUR ILLUSTRATIONS WITHIN THE TEXT, PLUS A SMALL VIGNETTE ON THE TITLE-PAGE BY JAMES GUTHRIE. EDITED BY J C WRIGHT. THIS WAS THE FIRST PUBLICATION BY THE PEAR TREE PRESS IN 1901. UNBOUND, (POSSIBLY A PROOF COPY), BUT IN VERY NICE BRIGHT CONDITION, PRINTED ON HAND-MADE PAPER. A MUST FOR ANY COLLECTOR OF THE GUTHRIE BROTHERS AND THE PEAR TREE PRESS.br ONE OF THE RAREST AND HARDEST TO FIND OF ALL THE PEAR TREE PUBLICATIONSbr br br br br br br br br br br br br RACKHAM-MAN. (WINDYRIDGE BOOKS) HAS BEEN SELLING BOOKS ON EBAY FOR OVER 12 YEARS. SELLING ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, INCLUDING ARTHUR RACKHAM. EDMUND DULAC. KAY NIELSEN. JESSIE M KING. WALTER CRANE. LOUIS WAIN. HARRY CLARKE. AUBREY BEARDSLEY. ERIC GILL. WILLY POGANY. ERIC RAVILIOUS. EDWARD BAWDEN. PRIVATE PRESS BOOKS FROM THE GOLDEN COCKEREL. ST DOMINIC'S PRESS. ETC ETC.br br br br br Windyridge Books. (rackham-man) have been selling books on ebay for over 15 years.br br International shipping. We only send overseas via International Signed For or International Tracked or Both, all optioned are insured.View My Other Items For SaleAdd me to your Favorite SellersPaymentPlease pay within 3 days, many thanks.Contact UsPlease contact through ebayImages sellGet Supersized Images Free Image HostingCreate your brand with Auctiva'sCustomizable Templates.Attention Sellers - Get TemplatesImage Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.com. Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE Counter
DAME JULIANA BERNERS. TREATISE OF HAWKING. SAINT ALBANS 1 OF ONLY 150 COPIESDAME JULIANA BERNERS. TREATISE OF HAWKING. SAINT ALBANS 1 OF ONLY 150 COPIESClick images to enlargeDescriptionbr br br br br THE BOOK CONTAINING THE TREATISES OF HAWKING DAME JULIANA BERNERS br THE BOOK CONTAINING THE TREATISES OF HAWKING HUNTING COAT-ARMOUR FISHING AND BLASING OF ARMS. AS PRINTED AT WESTMINSTER BY WYNKYN DE WORDE THE YEAR OF THE INCARNATION OF OUR LORD . . . MCCCCLXXXXVI. HALF-TITLE PAGE, LITERARY RESE...ARCHES INTO THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK OF SAINT ALBANS. Dame Juliana Berners. Reprinted by Harding and Wright, for White and Cochrane Fleet Street and R Triphook St James Street London, 18101811. 1 of only 150 copies, in its original full morocco leather binding by Charles Hering, re-cased, with a new spine, his binders ticket on verso of front free endpaper, all edges gilt. With woodcuts based on those in the 1496 edition, numerous woodcuts of fishing implements and heraldic shields in the text, and with the printer's device of Wynkyn de Worde and that of William Caxton in the colophon and following the index. Front paste down with two very nice private bookplates, Walter Harold Wilkin and James Stevens Cox, (both were Historians and Authors), also a very interesting inscription stating, W A Ballie Graham, bought this copy at the Gilbey sale 21st June 1915. This is a facsimile of the 1496 printing by Wynkyn de Worde of the first modern edition of the classic work on hunting, hawking, fishing, and heraldry, our copy with distinguished provenance and in a very striking binding--in extraordinarily fine condition--by the best English binder of the early 19th century. The "Book of St. Albans" was traditionally attributed to a Benedictine prioress, Dame Juliana Berners (b. 1388), which gave her the distinction of being the earliest known female author in English. However, in his scholarly introduction, Joseph Haslewood (1769-1833) determines that only the work on hunting, and a portion of that on hawking, may comfortably be attributed to her. The other sections on heraldry, angling, and the details of hawking are translations (possibly done by Berners) of earlier works, probably in French. A bibliographer, antiquary, and founding member of the Roxburghe Club, Haslewood was well respected as an editor of early English literature. Charles Hering (died circa 1812) was the most distinguished and influential English binder of the first decade of the 19th century, and although his career was brief (from about 1795-1812), Ramsden focuses on his work as representing the transition in binding styles from those of the German émigrés of the late 18th century to the new generation of binders headed by Lewis. Dibdin states that until "the star of Charles Lewis rose above the bibliopegistic horizon, no one could presume to 'measure business' with Hering. There was a strength, squareness, and a good style of work about his volumes which rendered him deservedly a great favourite." (The Hering family workshop was continued, though with less distinction, by Charles Jr. and his brothers James and Henry into the 1830s.) This is a facsimile of the 1496 printing by Wynkyn de Worde of the first modern edition of the classic work on hunting, hawking, fishing, and heraldry. Although generally stated as published 1810, it was actually published 1811. A stunning and very important book with some very nice ownership provenance.br The introduction is dated 1811. This is a facsimile reprint of the second edition of the work now commonly known as the Book of Saint Albans, which contains the first printed treatise on angling in the English language. The first edition appeared in 1486, and does not include the "Treatyse of fysshynge."br The facsimile itself (final unpaginated section) has preliminary half-title leaf reading "The book, containing the treatises of hawking, hunting, c. c." followed by a repeat of the main title-pagebr Many pages printed in red and black.br Colo