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.
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-.
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.
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-.
12mo (18cm). Staple-bound pampnhlet. Printed yellow wrappers; 27pp. Mild cover soil; internally fresh and unmarked; Very Good, in the original wrappers.
Small, square octavo (18cm). Staple-bound pamphlet; original photo-pictorial cover wrappers; [48pp]. Chiefly illustrations. Trivial rubbing to wrapper edges; a Fine, unworn copy.
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...
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.
Quarto (28cm); 8.5 X 11" sheets stapled between thicker, offwhite paperstock, with titles and text printed in black on front cover; 18pp; illus. Moderate toning to front cover, with some trivial creasing along edges; 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.
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.
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...
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...
Octavo (19.5cm). Black cloth boards, lettered in yellow on spine; title stamped in blind on front cover; dustjacket; [[i]-[xiv], 1-258, (1)pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in the uncommon dustwrapper, lightly rubbed and soiled with a few small nicks to extremities, Very Good.
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.
Octavo (19.5cm). Tan cloth boards stamped in red on front cover and spine; dustjacket; 356pp. Slight lean to spine and a little dusting to cloth, still a tight, Very Good copy in the notoriously fragile silver foil dustwrapper which has delaminated at spine ends and extremities, with some minor loss...
Octavo. Gray cloth boards, stamped in red and black; dustjacket; 309pp. Tight, fine copy in lightly rubbed dustwrapper, Very Good or better.
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.
Soviet Security and Intelligence Organizations 1917-1990: A Biographical Dictionary and Review of Literature in English
Octavo. Cloth boards (hardcover); 669pp. Foreword by Robert Conquest. A fine, unread and unmarked copy, Near New.
Stated "Second Edition, February 1921." Limited to 400 signed and numbered copies. Tall octavo (25cm). Paper-backed boards, lettered in gilt on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 266pp +index. A very good copy in the extremely uncommon dustwrapper, fashioned from the same stock used for the book's endpapers, hand-titled in Nearing's...
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.
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.
Sewn pamphlet. Octavo; printed blue wrappers; 24pp. Just mild external wear to wrappers, else Fine. Reprinted from the "Fortnightly Review."
Octavo. Green cloth; dustjacket; 304pp. First trade edition. Clean, tight copy, Near Fine, in lightly dusted jacket. Very handsome copy of Dell's fifth novel, a chronicle of a failed marriage and the relationship between an unconventional father (perhaps based on the real-life figure of George Cram Cook) and his daughter.
Brief 1-pp TLS to American radical cartoonist Art Young. Trimmed at bottom, close to signature; old folds from mailing; Very Good.
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