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...<b>Crusade.</b><br>, Byrne, Donn
1 Byrne, Donn ...Crusade.

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1928.
 First Edition, First Printing.
 Hardcover in Jacket.
 7.75 inches tall. 250 pages.
 Illustrations by Henry C. Pitz. including Jacket, and end-pages . 
Green cloth with black titles and decoration in red and black.

Bindings square and tight. Text clean, light even toning. Minor shelf wear. Dust jacket toned. Wear with small loss corners and spine tips. Spine sun-darkened. Protected in Mylar sleeve.
 
Price: 19.95 USD

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...<b>La Fiancée De Brumaire.</b>, Drault, Jean
2 Drault, Jean ...La Fiancée De Brumaire.
Alfred Mame et Fils: Tours, France, [no date, circa 1930]. Hardcover.
 An engraved frontis and a several (10+) full page engravings and some smaller in- text drawings by Conrad ( possibly O. Conrad). 
Text in French. 12.3/4 inches tall. 316 pages, plus table of contents at the end.
Beige pictorial cloth decorated in blue, white and gilt stamped decorations. All edges gilt. Spine edges frayed. Hinges and bindings square. Text clean moderate toning. Bumped corners. Housed now in custom clear Mylar sleeve.

Jean Drault, was a French anti-Semite who was director of a German influenced newspaper in the 1940's. In style and content, the newspaper mirrored the Communist newspaper L'Humanité except for virulent anti-Semitic and anti-Masonic positions. The newspaper was fairly successful with sales of 92,000 in the first weeks rising to 180,000 by August 1940. Exposure by the clandestine Communist press as well as mainstream French newspapers, however, ensured a steady, and then permanent, decline.

 
Price: 40.00 USD

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...<b>Christmas Eve On Lonesome 'Hell-Fer-Sartain' and Other Stories.</b>, Fox, John  Jr.
3 Fox, John Jr. ...Christmas Eve On Lonesome 'Hell-Fer-Sartain' and Other Stories.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1912. Later Printing; First Edition Thus. Hardcover.

 R. B. Birch: Illustrated with 6 b/w plates including the tissue-guarded frontispiece. 
Green cloth covered boards with stamped titles in gilt and white. Decorations same. Bindings square and tight. Top edge gilt, others rough cut. 7 5/8 inches tall. 2245 pages. Minimal wear, with minor fade to spine. Front bright and clean.
A handsome collectible copy

 
Price: 35.00 USD

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...<b>The Hands of Cantu   </b><br>, Lea, Tom
4 Lea, Tom ...The Hands of Cantu

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1964.
 First Edition, First Printing.
 Hardcover in Dust Jacket.
 244 pages.
 Illustrated by the author, with a full color frontispiece and 30 Chinese ink drawings some of which are two-page.
 
A novel of the Spanish conquest of Mexico in the 16th century. The story involves Don Vito Cantu, a fine horseman in an expedition across the Great North River to reclaim stolen horses.

Carefully handled, Text clean, Bindings firm. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve.
 
Price: 29.95 USD

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...<b>The Betrothal of Elypholate And Other Tales of the Pennsylvania Dutch.</b>, Martin, Helen Reimensnyder
5 Martin, Helen Reimensnyder ...The Betrothal of Elypholate And Other Tales of the Pennsylvania Dutch.
New York: The Century Company, 1907. First Edition Hardcover.

 Illustrations by Charlotte Harding and Alice Barber Stephens 9 plates including a tissue-guarded frontispiece. 
Light green cloth with gold titles and gold, white and dark green decorations.
Bindings tight and square, text clean minor toning a few finger spots. Light shelf wear with pushed corners. Some spine fade with minor handling. Previous owners name stamp on front end-page. >br>7.75 inches tall. 259 pages.

 
Price: 20.00 USD

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...<B>The Coryston Family</b>, Mrs. Humphry Ward
6 Mrs. Humphry Ward ...The Coryston Family
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1913 First Edition. Hardcover

 Illustrated by Elizabeth Shippen Green. 8 plates with a tissue-guarded frontispiece 
Red cloth covered boards, with stamped gilt titles. Bindings square and tight, text clean. Minimal shelf wear. 7.5 inches tall. 329 pages.

 
Price: 30.00 USD

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…<b>The Deluge.</b><br>, Phillips, David Graham
7 Phillips, David Graham The Deluge.

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1905.
 First Edition – Second Printing, [Printer’s imprint not present with ‘October’]
 Hardcover.
 Cover Designed by Rome Richardson (RR monogram).
 Illustrated by George Gibbs. 6 color plates. 
Light gray cloth stamped in red, black, and gilt. Designed by Rome Richardson (RR monogram). Binding firm, Slight lean. Text clean with light even toning. Minor wear with some hand-soiling.7.5 inches tall. 482 pages.

David Graham Phillips (1867 –1911) was an American novelist and journalist of the muckraker tradition.

Phillips' novels often commented on social issues of the day and frequently chronicled events based on his real-life journalistic experiences. He was considered a Progressive and for exposing corruption in the Senate he was labelled a muckraker.

David Graham Philips is known for producing one of the most important investigations exposing details of the corruption by big businesses of the Senate, in particular, by the Standard Oil Company. He was among a few other writers during that time that helped prompt President Theodore Roosevelt to use the term “Muckrakers”.
His talent for writing was not the only thing that helped him stand out in the newsroom. Philips was known to dress in a white suit with a large chrysanthemum in his lapel.
Phillips' reputation cost him his life in January 1911, when he was shot outside the Princeton Club at Gramercy Park in New York City. The killer was a Harvard-educated musician named Fitzhugh Coyle Goldsborough, a violinist in the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra who came from a prominent Maryland family. Goldsborough believed that Phillips' novel The Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig had cast literary aspersions on his family. To be more precise, Phillips was shot and killed by a paranoid who levied the false accusation that Phillips had used the paranoid's sister "as a model for the complaisant heroine" of the novel.

Ref: Hart 515; BAL 15964
 
Price: 45.00 USD

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...<b> The Suitable Child </b><br>, [Elizabeth Shippen Green] Duncan, Norman
8 [Elizabeth Shippen Green] Duncan, Norman ... The Suitable Child

New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1909.
 First Edition – First Printing.
 Hardcover.
 Illustrated with a tissue-guarded frontispiece and 4 additional tipped in tinted plates form painting, vignettes and drawings by Elizabeth Shippen Green.
 
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Slight shelf lean. Custom clear Mylar sleeve has been added to protect the book. --Illustrated with a tissue-guarded frontispiece and 4 additional tipped in tinted plates form painting, vignettes and drawings.

Elizabeth Shippen Green (September 1, 1871 – 1954) was an American illustrator. She illustrated children's books and worked for publications such as Ladies' Home Journal, The Saturday Evening Post and Harper's Magazine. She studies with Howard Pyle.

 
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...<b>The Red Prior's Legacy.</b><br>, [Henry C. Pitz] Bill, Alfred H.
9 [Henry C. Pitz] Bill, Alfred H. ...The Red Prior's Legacy.

New York: The Junior library League, 1929.
 First Edition, First Printing.
 Hardcover in Jacket
 Illustrations by Henry C. Pitz: Jacket, Color frontispiece, end-pages, and b/w plates and vignettes.
 
Blue cloth covered boards with red titles. Bindings tight and square. Minimal shelf wear.

Dust jacket in protective Mylar sleeve has edge wear with small loss spine tips and top rear. Hint of darkening.
 
Price: 21.95 USD

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...<b> Guide to Tolkien's World : A Bestiary </b><br>, [LOTR] [Tolkien] Day, David
10 [LOTR] [Tolkien] Day, David ... Guide to Tolkien's World : A Bestiary

New York: Metro Books, 2010.
 1435129369 / 9781435129368 Softcover.
 287 pages with an index.
 4to; 10.75 inches tall,
 
This is a guide to all the living creatures — both flora and fauna — that inhabit J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth and Undying Lands. It is complete with descriptive text, both black and white and color illustrations, maps, a chronology, and a special index referring readers back to Tolkien's original works. All 129 races identified are clearly explained in terms of their physical appearance, language, behavior.

No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal retail handling; Still Gift Quality.
 
Price: 19.95 USD

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