Irving, Washington. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U.S.A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far West. Digested from His Journal and Illustrated from Various Other Sources [Two vols.]. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1898. The "Colorado Edition" (noted at the bottom of both spines). Decorative title page in metallic red and gilt, with gilt borders to all pages of the text. Tipped-in B&W illustrations on fine China paper with tissue guards. Including a ten-panel folding territorial map, colored in red, at the rear of vol. 2. Bound by the Knickerbocker Press bindery [unsigned] in "best French levant, crushed" morocco with small gilt decorations to the corners of the covers, along with title and author to the spine. Leather joints, wide gilt-decorated dentelles, and deep red suede doublures & flyleaves, with central images of a beaver ringed by a necklace of claws stamped in gilt. Top edges gilt, uncut edges. Measures approx. 7.25" x 10.5". Corners bumped, along with some small spots of rubbing. Some light marks and small scuffs to covers. Spotting to bottom page edges of vol. 2.