Pesten (Pest): Emich Gusztáv. 1843. With five woodcut illustrations. Two parts in one volume. In contemporary half cloth. Marbled fore-edge. (6), 1–340.; (4), 1–373, (3) p. First Hungarian edition in this translation. Other translation is also from the same year (published by Hartleben.).
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(Paris): Bary. Anc.ne Photographie Benque. 33. Rue Boissy d’Anglas, (ca. 1880.). Original, vintage photograph. Albumen print, mounted on photographer’s card. In very good condition. 105 × 135 mm.
[Ceské Budejovice]: Edice Gemini, 1931. With three, signed woodcut illustrations by Frantisek Bohumír Kouba. First edition. Limited, numbered, one of only 100 copies. Signed by the author on half-title. Hand-printed by Stanislav and Vaclav Kocmoud. In publisher’s cardboard wrappers, with mounted red title vignette. 27, (5), p. Bibliophile, first edition.....
Budapest: Pantheon Irodalmi Intézet (Globus), 1929. First edition. In original, photographcally illustrated cover, attributed to Kassák. 318, (1),  p.
Buenos Aires: Ediciones Madinemsor, (1952). First edition. Introduction by Alberto Hidalgo. In original illustrated paper. Inscribed by the author. 69, (3) p. Gyula Kosice (1924–) Hungarian born, Argentine sculptor, plastic artist, theoretician and poet, chief figure of kinetic and luminal art.
London: Michael Joseph, (1952). First edition. Signed. In publisher’s green cloth. With original dust jacket by Peter Rudland. 319, (1) pages. The first book of the series “The Children of Violent” by Doris Lessing who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2007.
London: Published by T. Hookham, Jun. Old Bond Street; and C. and J. Ollier, Welbeck Street, 1817. First edition. In contemporary green half maroquin. Spine with raised bands and gilt ornaments and black title vignettes. Panels with marbled paper. vi, 183, (1) p. Primarily the work of Mary, with the...
Budapest: Grimm Gusztáv, 1881. First Hungarian edition. Illustrated. In contemporary red half cloth. Gilt title on spine. 387, (1) p. and 8 plates; 337, (3) p. and 7 plates. Published only one year after the French first edition of 1880. The ninth installment of the Rougon-Macquart series. With the illustrations of the French edition.