The Top 10
A Souvenir of the International Exhibition at Philadelphia by Thompson Westcott. Contains 52 gorgeous lithographs and 2 maps selling for only $400
The Pride and Prejudice pictured has four colored plates and the rest are black and white illustrations done by Charles E. Brock. The rest of the set contains just black and white illustrations done by Hugh Thomson. The entire set consists of five books with the full 6 works, retailing for $4000 collectively.
A collection of Shakespeare's plays containing beautiful black and white illustrations and fore-edge retailling for $1,750
A set of 26 books in 52 volumes retailing for $5,200
A volume by Hipkins and Gibb containing over 100 colored illustrations for $2,000
Summa Conciliorum et Pontificum a Petro usque ad collecta (The highest councils and bishops from Peter) collected by F. Barth. Carranzam Miranden. This book dates all the way back to 1600 and sells for $250 only. We have over 125 Latin texts in store including this one!