London: Henry Stevens, 1926. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; vii, (i), 578, (x), index, ads; illustrated with twelve (12) plates, thirty-five (35) facsimiles; original printed wrappers bound in; together with; Rare Americana, including The Original Waldseemuller Maps of 1507 and 1516, Offered For Sale By Henry Stevens, Son, and Stiles, Preceded By A Brief Account of The Original Waldseemuller Maps of 1507 and 1516. London: Henry Stevens, 1907; Octavo; pp; xvi, 132; original printed wrappers bound in; black buckram lettered in gilt;. minor wear at spine head and foot else, very good, a tight solid copy;. Item #18448
Henry Stevens emigrated from his native Vermont to London and became a legendary bookseller. He supplied the great libraries and collectors with Americana and other remarkable rare books. Lenox was one of his clients. Steven's memoirs should be in every bookseller's library. The second catalogue is signed by Arthur Swann, his copy Great reference & an artifact of the Trade.