Photo-offset Haggadah from Kibbutz Ashdot Ya'akov, unusually illustrated with a combination of traditional scenes depicting kibbutzniks at work in the field, along with modern images of tanks, and airplanes.
First collected edition, featuring Adam of Bremen's chronicle of peoples from the Old North and the earliest known mention of the Vikings discovery of North America, of three key works in the history of Hamburg, within a larger sammelband of six works total.
First edition of the first published treatise to argue the mysterious construction of Stonehenge was not by the Romans but by the Danes, evocatively illustrated with woodcuts of the monument and featuring a poem celebrating the Scientific Revolution by Dryden.
Beautiful late 17th-century edition of a central primary source in the conquest of the Americas, bound somewhat incongruously with an early edition of French buccaneer Montaubon's 1695 voyage to the Caribbean.
First edition of this autobiographical account by a formerly enslaved Jamaican apprentice, revealing the grim facts of the new system – in reality continued slavery – after the British Abolition Law went into effect in 1834.