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Octavo (21cm.); original cloth-backed boards in pictorial price-clipped dust jacket; ,250pp. Light shelf-wear to jacket extremities, rear panel and upper jacket flap heavily foxed, else Very Good and sound. Inscribed and signed to title page: "To Beth - Fondly, Barbara Michaels." First novel by the popular author of romantic thrillers...
Octavo (22.5cm.); original pale grey printed wrappers removed from larger work, contemporary stitching; 23pp. Tiny losses to top corner of upper and rear cover spine edges, a few tiny closed tears to textblock not approaching text, brief faint pencil notations to Preface, else Very Good or better.
Octavo (20.75cm.); original black cloth, printed paper spine label; xi,,414pp.; photographic frontispiece, 4 leaves of plates, including two photographs and two facsimiles. Small portion of spine crown frayed, label toned, else Very Good and sound, albeit lacking jacket. Rather heart-wrenching inscription by Gardner Jackson to front free endpaper: "When you...
Limited to 100 copies of which this is no. 39. Octavo (20.75cm.); full blue gilt-lettered morocco, top edge gilt; ,296pp. A hint of rubbing to spine ends, else Fine. The first in the 12-volume "Testament of Man" series, set among primitive humans. BLEILER (1972), p. 115.
Von Oktober bis nach Brest-Litovsk. Die Geschichte der bolschevistischen November-Revolution (Sozialistische Arbeiter-Biliothek, No. 12)
12mo (18cm). Printed card wrappers; 127pp. Very mild external wear; faint spotting to a few pages of text; Near Fine in the original wrappers.
Octavo (8-1/2" x 6-1/2"). Publisher's gilt-pictorial cloth; 516, (2)pp; illus. Mild rubbing and a few faint spots to cloth; brief (1"), thin split to rear hinge (internal); text clean, tight and unmarked. An attractive and well-preserved copy, with gilt bright on spine and front cover.
Quarto bifolium (26.5cm.); illustrated with 30 photographs depicting 25 wanted Weathermen activists. Some wear along extremities from handling, light soil to rear panel (blank), else Very Good and sound.
Limited to 1600 copies. Large, oblong folio (35.5x50cm.); original blue cloth-backed boards, upper cover and spine lettered in blue, white board slipcase; unpaged; chiefly color illus. Fine. Bookplate signed by Doctorow laid in.
First issue, with "wade" for "wabe" on p.21. Octavo (18.5cm); original publisher's green cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine, with vignettes in gilt on front and rear covers; brown coated endpapers, [vi] preliminary leaves; -224pp. Fifty illustrations in-text by John Tenniel. Cloth lightly rubbed; spine gilt a little dull;.....
First Issue, with "business" for "pleasure" on p.40. Octavo (18.5cm); red cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; folding frontispiece map; viii, -311pp. + pp. publisher's ads dated "5.G.4.86" and "5.B.4.86." Black coated endpapers. Spine sunned (but titling clear and legible); boards rubbed, with light bumps to corners; thin split...
Limited to 600 copies. Octavo (21cm.); original cloth in peach pictorial dust jacket printed in blue, black, and gilt, blue-green topstain; ,246pp.; illus. Jacket spine a bit sunned with some minor chipping to ends, else Near Fine. Signed by the author on front free endpaper. Comic novel about a man...
Limited to 100 copies of which this is no. 41. Folio (32.5cm.); leaves loose as issued in brown boards, matching slipcase, brown printed paper label mounted to upper slipcase cover; illus. Slipcase paper a bit bubbled, a couple corners slightly pulled, else a Near Fine, unopened copy. Printed at the Alderman Press.
Folio (41.5cm); photo-illustrated card wrappers, stapled; pp; illus., with three illustrated plates tipped onto thicker stock in-text, and three panoramic fold-out plates designed by Es and El Lissitzky; text is in English. Light wear along spine fold and extremities, else Near Fine, with all plates intact.
Small octavo (17cm). Green cloth boards, blocked in gilt on spine; 205pp; frontis + 2 inserted leaves of plates. Light overall wear; trivial foxing within; a tight, Very Good copy.
Limited to 400 copies of which this is no. 290 of 300 copies bound by Davis & Hodges in quarter leather. Quarto (29.5cm.); original calf-backed decorative boards, blue-grey board slipcase; ,31,pp.; title page printed in black and tan. Fine. Printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press. Copyright Ted Hughes.
Slim octavo (23.5cm.); boards in white pictorial dust jacket; x,60pp.; illus. A few short closed tears to jacket extremities else Fine in Near Very Good jacket. Brief biography and art history of the works of Duncanson (1821-1872), an African American painter associated with the Hudson River School.
Pictorial cloth boards (hardcover); dustjacket. Clean, tight copy, VG or better with mild darkening to endpapers, faint "J" (remainder?) stamp to jacket flap and front pastedown, and old inked price to front endpaper. In the scarce jacket, lightly rubbed and with shallow chips to spine ends, single chip to top...
Octavo (20.75cm.); original blue pictorial cloth embossed in black and gilt; iv,286pp.; frontispiece, 41 plates. Extremities rubbed from shelf-wear, some spotting, spine cloth a bit toned, dampstaining to textblock fore-edge and rear cover, long closed tear in the middle of the frontispiece tissueguard (still complete). About Very Good overall. Nautical...
Octavo (19cm.); original blue-green pictorial cloth stamped in tan, blue, and green, gilt-lettered spine with "Federal Book Co." imprint at foot; ,ii,-269,,(ads)pp.; frontispiece. Very light shelf wear, corners slightly bumped, spine a bit toned, some minor soiling, else a Very Good or better, rather superlative copy of an elusive early.....