Square octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed coated paper wrappers; 101pp; illus. Light external wear and creasing to wrappers; Very Good.
Silkscreen in four colors, 26" x 20" (ca 66cm x 51cm). From an edition of approximately 75 copies, hand-signed and dated lower right. Clean, fresh example; tiny tack-holes and minor wear at corners, else Fine; Grade A/A-.
Cloth boards; dustjacket; 367pp. Endpapers darkened, else a clean, bright copy, Near Fine. In scarce pictorial dustjacket, with one small chip at upper edge; panels rubbed and slightly soiled, with old clear tape reinforcements to verso; about Very Good.
The Communist International [Organ of the Executive Committee of the Communist International], Vol VI, no...
Small quarto (9-1/2" x 7-1/2"); pp 258-451. Double issue of the International's principal theoretical organ. Two lengthy editorials (unsigned, but presumably by Zinoviev and Radek); articles by Lozovsky, Hugo Eberlein, Bela Kun, Klara Zetkin, and others. Corner chips to both wrappers; covers toned; internally fine. Issued with the Workers Library...
Brief 1-pp TLS to American radical cartoonist Art Young. Trimmed at bottom, close to signature; old folds from mailing; Very Good.
Small octavo (18cm). Blue ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; 319pp; top edge gilt; maps, illus. Small vertical loss to edge of rear endpaper, else a tight, clean, Near Fine copy, free of markings or significant wear.
Fifteen individual issues in original wrappers. Various formats (change from digest-size to quarto in 1965; back to digest in 1967), various paginations (ca. 32pp per issue); changes from monthly to bi-monthly with May-Jul 1965. From the collection of occasional contributor Laurance Labadie; some issues hand-addressed to him, others briefly annotated...
Octavo. Gray cloth boards, stamped in red and black; dustjacket; 309pp. Tight, fine copy in lightly rubbed dustwrapper, Very Good or better.
Lithographed poster in 4 colors; 153 x 103 cm (ca 60-1/4" x 41"). Archivally backed on linen. Few minor spots of restoration along upper margin; two brief (1") repaired tears; Grade A-.
Octavo. Green textured cloth, lettered in black on spine and front cover; 306pp. Shallow crease to fore edge of about six leaves toward end of book, else a tight, Near Fine copy, well preserved but lacking the dustwrapper.
Sewn pamphlet. Octavo; printed blue wrappers; 24pp. Just mild external wear to wrappers, else Fine. Reprinted from the "Fortnightly Review."
Octavo (21cm). Decorative printed wrappers; 78pp; one folding table. Faint remnant of an erased price on front cover; mild corner-wear, else a tight, Near Fine copy.
Octavo. Tan cloth boards, pictorially decorated and lettered in brown; 159pp. Straight, tight, clean copy, Near Fine; lacking the presumed dustwrapper. Text entirely in Yiddish. Cover and title page decoration by Aaron Godelman.
Gilt-stamped green cloth boards; (6) preliminary leaves; 248pp; portr. frontis; folding plate; illus. Few mild spots of sizing loss to front cover, else Fine. Superior copy of the rare first edition, followed by a Denver printing later in the same year.
Lithograph in three colors; printed recto-only on thin lithographic paper; 83cm x 60cm (ca 32" x 24"). Small (1") loss to left margin (away from image); darkening and toning to extremities; image bright and unfaded; grade B+/B.
Large octavo (24.5cm). Original printed card wrappers; 128pp. Wrappers somewhat worn, with triangular losses to rear cover costing a few words of promotional text; spine abraded, with titling partially rubbed away. Occasional mild creasing to contents, but generally clean and free of markings; just Good. Text entirely in English.
12mo (20cm). Original pictorial, staple-bound wrappers; 93pp; illus. Paper slightly tanned and brittle; small (1/2") loss to front wrapper, away from text; scattered foxing & soil; Good.
Publisher’s green cloth boards lettered in gilt; laid endpapers; 439, (8)pp; illus; map. Engraved bookplate of Frederic Rowland Marvin to front pastedown. Bit of minor fraying to spine ends; a bright, Near Fine copy.
1-pp ALS on Young's illustrated letterhead, signed "Art Young." Old folds from mailing; printed address crossed out (in Young's hand) and replaced with temporary address in Danbury; Near Fine.
Large display banner, 124cm x 87cm (ca 48" x 34"). Printed in white on a red background, with grommets for mounting along upper border. Without imprint, though a stamped union bug is visible on verso of canvas lining -- illegible, but resembling most closely the label of the Brotherhood of...
First Printing. Octavo (21cm); tan cloth with titles and design stamped in brown and red on spine and front panel; brick red topstain; dustjacket; 256pp; illus. Fine in a Very Good+ dustjacket, unclipped, lightly rubbed overall, with some minor soil and a few edge tears.
Small octavo (19cm). Green paper-covered boards lettered in black on spine and front cover; 104pp; 8 inserted leaves of plates (halftones); numerous text illustrations. Mild external soil and wear; coated endpapers slightly musty; scattered faint staining and foxing to text block; Good or better.
Octavo (22.5cm). Printed buff wrappers; glassine dustwrapper (unprinted); 226, pp. Errata slip laid down inside front cover (as issued). Minor wear to the extremities; light bump to upper corner of text-block; glassine slightly clouded. In all a Very Good or better copy, free of significant wear.
Songs of Socialism for Local Branch and Campaign Work, Public Meetings, Labor, Fraternal, and Religious...
Third Edition. Printed brown card wrappers; 128pp. Mild cover soil; text clean and unmarked; Very Good or better. Early edition of this popular Socialist song-book, which went into at least seven editions between 1905 and 1913.
Quarto (28cm). Staple-bound, mimeographed wrappers, printed recto only; 25, pp. Mild aging and wear, still Very Good to Near Fine.
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