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1.   Parkman, Francis and edited by Wade, Mason, Illustrated by Dixon, Maynard, Illustrated by: Dixon, Maynard
The Oregon Trail
 
Publisher: The Heritage Press 1943
xxii, 297 pp, offwhite cloth covered boards w/red lettering on spine w/color illustrated front. Edited from Francis Parkman's notebooks by Mason Wade. The story of Francis Parkman's journey through the American West. No Jacket Hard Cover Very Good Sm4to from 9" to 11"

Appr.: | AUD 14.64 CAD 14.85 EUR 10.23 GBP 8.12 JPY 1,381.00 MXN 172.63 ZAR 145.37 

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2.   Moncrieff, Charles Scott w/intro by Miles, Hamish, Illustrated by: Angelo, Valenti
The Song of Roland
 
Publisher: The Heritage Press New York, NY 1938
xiii, 138 pp, quarterbound w/yel-blu cloth covered spine w/blu paper covered boards w/gilt-blu-red illustration on the front cover, all edges red, blu paper-covered slipcase. Several gilt-bliack-red-aqua illuminations in the text. The poem consists of two hundred and ninety-one strophes, or laisses. Charlemagne has for seven years been battling against the Saracens in Spain. Roland is chosen to command the rearguard through dangerous defiles. Roland's friend wants Roland to sound his horn so that Charlemagne may hear and turn back to give him aid. No Jacket/Very Good - Slipcase Hard Cover Very Good+ Sm4to from 9" to 11"

Appr.: | AUD 10.37 CAD 10.52 EUR 7.24 GBP 5.75 JPY 978.00 MXN 122.25 ZAR 102.95 

Purchase direct from: Curio Corner Books. Item number: 038304.
    
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3.   Goethe, J. W. von and translated by Arnold, Thomas James w/intro by Lazare, Edward, Illustrated by: Eichenberg, Fritz
The Story of Reynard the Fox
 
Publisher: The Heritage Press New York, NY 1954
xiii, 248 pp, quarterbound w/orange cloth covered spine w/dark red lettering w/tan papercovered boards w/brown animal illustrations, all edges orange, tan slipcase. It points out in poignant satire the many vices of the Roman Church of that day. The King Noble orders a public feast for all of his subjects. Reynard the fox does not appear because of the deeds he has done. He is accused before the king by some of the other animals. He receives two summons to appear. He is brought to trial and pardon. But he suffers a relapse and becomes an outlaw. several stains on the slip case. No Jacket/Good+ Slipcase Hard Cover Very Good 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

Appr.: | AUD 24.79 CAD 25.14 EUR 17.32 GBP 13.75 JPY 2,338.00 MXN 292.25 ZAR 246.11 

Purchase direct from: Curio Corner Books. Item number: 038305.
    
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