New York: L. & F. Lockwood, 1819. First Edition. While not in the BAL (which begins his entries with a work from 1831), this is attributed to Longstreet, who was the uncle of the Confederate general. Withdrawal stamp from a historical society; bound in late cloth; first few leaves archivally mended; good.
No place of publication [Philadelphia]: Lippincott, 1890. Publisher's binding of Vol. XLV (issued in two volumes, this is only the first; as issued, only text, without wrappers or ads); including the first appearance of this Sherlock Holmes novel. This is in the less common publisher’s binding printing the titles and...
New York: Lovell, Coryell, 1891. Illustrated edition (apparently the first American illustrated edition); Cutler (originally published in 1931) #28; cloth issue of the supposed second American issue (in wrappers). This cataloguer suggests that this bibliographical information might not be up to date. Very good.
London: Herbert Jenkins, 1918. First Edition; limited issue; one of 260 numbered copies. Very good; [with] a good copy of the trade issue. “Herlock Shomes.” The trench papers and the P.O.W. publications are poignant reminders of how different the world was a hundred years ago, even amidst the horrors of...
London: The Clarion Press, 1907. First Edition. “A Man, A Woman, and A Detective.” Inscribed by the author decades later; recipient’s book label; very good. This copy is in brownish publisher’s cloth; [with] a very good, variant copy in blue cloth; the gilt stamped imprints at the foot of the...