Small octavo (20cm). Blue cloth boards, blocked in black and silver ink on spine and front cover; dustjacket; xii, 412, (6)pp; portr. frontis. The Seventh Edition, dated 1903 (originally published 1897). Tight, Near Fine copy in the scarce early dustwrapper, toned and chipped at edges, still Good or better.
Octavo. Blue cloth boards, titled in white on spine and front cover; 187pp. Includes bibliography. Fine, unread copy, free of markings or wear - about As New.
Wall calendar, 33cm x 15cm. Printed in blue and gold on brown cardstock, with printed calendar leaves stapled to lower quadrant and mounted portrait Daniel De Leon at upper center. Apparently unused, with detachable sheets for months all present. Small (1/4") repaired chip to cardstock at lower right, else just...
Octavo. Blue cloth boards, lettered in gilt; dustjacket; 426pp. Slight fading to board edges and spine; top-stain a bit dulled; still a tight, attractive copy in a Near Fine dustwrapper, minimally faded on spine and lightly rubbed at spine ends, else unclipped and crisp.
Octavo. Original gilt-decorated red cloth boards; 222p; frontis, illus. Slight dusting to edges of text block, else a remarkably bright, straight copy, very near Fine, with gilt lettering on spine and cover brilliant and free of the usual flaking & dulling.
N.d. (ca 1897; dated from text). Original printed wrappers; 24pp; 8pp ads (including rear wrapper). Mild corner creasing, dusting and soil; text fresh; unmarked; Very Good. Objections to cigarette smoking on hygienic and moral grounds, with several testimonials and case histories. Scarce tract by a prominent publisher of health reform...
12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; illustrated wrappers; 32p. Near Fine. SEIDMAN B316: "...text of a radio address broadcast from Moscow to England and the U.S., November 2, 1937, discussing the position and achievements of women in the Soviet Union." Quite nice photomontage cover featuring a woman aviator.
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.
First state of text, without the publisher's colophon; 3 blank integral leaves at front, none at back, front and back endpapers present, and "signing" for "singing" on p.213 line 31. Octavo (19.5cm); black boards with titling stamped in orange on the spine and front panel; dustjacket; 433pp. Some darkening to...
Octavo (21cm). Red linen boards, titled in black on spine and front cover; yellow top-stain; 213pp. Bit of soiling to upper edge of text-block, with consequent dulling to top-stain; very minor thumb-soil within; in all a tight, straight copy, VG+ to Near Fine. Lacking the scarce dustwrapper.
Octavo (21cm). Tan cloth boards, lettered in brown on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 277pp. Mild wear to board edges, else a tight, Near Fine copy in the uncommon dustwrapper, moderately soiled and chipped at spine ends and with a ca. 1/2" loss at upper edge of front panel (away...
Octavo (21.5cm). Staple-bound, pictorial wrappers; [32pp]; illus. Fine.
Octavo (18cm). Printed buff wrappers; 891pp + ads. Covers and text mildly toned; still a tight, lightly worn copy of the unusual wrappered edition. Simultaneously reprinted in cloth by Sinclair; initially published by John C. Winston & Co. in 1915.
Octavo (19.5cm). Red cloth boards, gilt-lettered on spine, blocked in black ink on front cover; dustjacket; xi + 209,(3)pp. Hint of darkening to endpaper gutters, else a fine, fresh copy in the the scarce and fragile printed dustwrapper, lightly dusted but still crisp and Near Fine.
12mo (18cm). Red cloth boards; dustjacket; 188pp; 4 inserted leaves of plates (incl. frontis). Bit of dusting to page edges, else about Fine in the exceedingly scarce pictorial dustwrapper, rubbed and soiled on lighter portions with brief losses along upper margin (not approaching text).
Henry Ashton; A Thrilling Story of How the Famous Co-Operative Commonwealth was Established in Zanland
12mo. Original cloth; 235, (2)pp. Few faint spots to cover; abrasion to rear endpaper, else a straight, tight and unmarked copy, Very Good or better.
Four 12mo volumes (18cm), in uniform pictorial buff wrappers printed in black ink. Wrappers toned, lightly soiled; one with a small (1/4") closed chip near upper spine; Very Good. Lacking wrap-around outer jacket as described in Ahouse (never seen by us).
Quarto (29cm). [8pp], plus loosely-inserted broadside; printed on newsprint; portrait, illus. Mild toning to paper; brief corner-creases, else Near Fine.
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.
Oblong quarto (33.5 x 25cm); 23 sheets of hand-made paper, printed on rectos only and wire-bound on left side. Inscribed on verso of front cover: "To John and Jean / Good luck on your Buffalo Bill Wild West Show / Love Adolph and Suzanne." Light dusting and subtle, even toning...
Original sepia-tone photograph, ca 16cm x 11cm (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Mounted on gray cardstcock, and signed on mount below image: "Max Eastman / 91 Greenwich Ave N.Y. - Please return!" Photographer's studio monogram stamped at lower right, unidentified. Two small ink spots to image, one of which slightly affects the...
12mo. Brick-red cloth boards, lettered in black on spine; 169pp. Presumed remainder issue, with "Viking" at base of cloth spine but utilizing the sheets and title page from the original 1921 Huebsch edition, with no indication of later printings and no acknowledgement of Viking Press on title page or copyright...
Broadide, 30cm x 20.5cm (12" x 8"). Text in one column below headline. Printed recto-only on uncoated paper. Single horizontal fold; mild toning at margins; 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...
Printed broadside, 56cm x 43cm. Printed in black on thin, uncoated stock. Faint fold-lines, else Fine.
Octavo. Red cloth boards, blocked in gilt and white on spine and front cover; xiv, 284pp; 8 inserted leaves of plates (halftones). Moderately rubbed and worn; thin split to front hinge at frontispiece; a few pages with sharp slices in margin (presumably from opening); complete and Good, but best considered...
Hand-painted banner, 8.5cm x 65cm (ca 3-1/4" x 26"). In red and black on a white background. Archivally framed; old stains and tape adhesions; Good. Not examined out of frame.
Octavo. Textured, brown pictorial wrappers, stamped in black and red on front cover; yapp edges; 100pp, illus. Mild rubbing to extremities; Very Good.
Octavo (20cm). Blue cloth boards, spine lettered in gilt; dustjacket; 185pp; illus. Spine gilt flaking slightly, else tight and fine in the original pictorial dustjacket, clean, crisp and Near Fine. Surprisingly well-preserved.
Octavo (19cm). Original printed wrappers; 364pp. Covers moderately soiled, with light chips to wrapper edges and spine ends. Text complete, clean and unmarked. A Good, solid copy.
Octavo (23cm). Publisher’s green cloth boards; gilt titles; 100pp; illus; folding plan. Trivial rubbing to boards; scattered faint foxing; Very Good or better. DARE 1908.
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