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By: Bradbury, Ray
Publisher: USA, The Franklin Library: 1985
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 009745
Limited First Edition; SIGNED; Includes publisher's letter laid-in. Unread. No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal shelf handling to boards, gilt edges fine. Double page frontispiece by Gary Kelly. View more info
By: Burgess, Anthony
Publisher: USA, The Franklin Library: 1985
Edition: Limited First Edition
Seller ID: 009743
Limited First Edition; SIGNED; No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. Includes publisher's letter laid-in. Illustrations by Richard DeFlice.A Roman saga, taking in the excesses of Tiberius, Caligula and Nero and an irreverent account of the early days of Christianity. Sadoc, a dying shipping clerk, sets down for future generations a tale of epic proportions: he is charged with recounting no less an event than the birth of Christianity. View more info
Publisher: Norwalk Connecticut:, Heritage Press,: 1955.
Seller ID: 003961
Blue boards and spine are covered with a blue patterned cloth; on the spine is a burgundy-red panel stamped with the title in gold leaf; Paper for this book, was made by the Chillicothe Paper Co.Book is fine, unopened unread no flaws but gentle sun-fading to spine; slip case is cream colored intact with some age spotting to extremities.Includes the Sandglass brochure. View more info
Publisher: Pennsylvania, The Franklin Library: 1979
Seller ID: 007844
No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal shelf handling; Still Gift Quality. Translation of Francis Steegmuller; Illustrated by Malcolm Liepke. Gustave Flaubert was an influential French novelist who was perhaps the leading exponent of literary realism in his country. He is known especially for his first published novel, Madame Bovary (1857), for his Correspondence, and for his scrupulous devotion to his style and aesthetics. The story focuses on a doctor's wife,... View more info
Publisher: New York, Heritage Press: 1962
Seller ID: 006811
Hardcover in slipcase. Bindings tight and square. Text clean with gift inscription. Light handling wear to slipcase. Sandglass notes included. Illustrations in color. View more info
Publisher: Norwalk, Connecticut:, Heritage Press,: 1966.
Seller ID: 003965
Book is unread no flaws but for a hint of dampstain textblock near spine. Slipcase has light handling wear with a trace of damp-stain on top/bottom spine. Includes Sandglass collector notes. View more info
By: Hope, Anthony
Publisher: Garden City, New York:, International Collectors Library: c1960
Seller ID: 007577
An adventure novel in which the King of Ruritania is drugged on the eve of his coronation and thus is unable to attend the ceremony. Political forces within the realm are such that, in order for the king to retain the crown, his coronation must proceed. Fortuitously, an English gentleman on holiday in Ruritania who resembles the monarch is persuaded to act as his political decoy in an effort to save the unstable political situation of the interregnum.Bindings t... View more info
By: Hubbard, Elbert.
Publisher: The Roycrofters,, East Aurora, New York:: 1901
Seller ID: 004003
Half leather with stamped spine titles and decorations. Leather on boards has art-deco style designs. Top edge stained tan others deckled. Silk place ribbon. Pages are laid-paper including the Roycroft watermark. Spine says 'Great Musicians II'. Bindings square and tight, Minimal wear. Minor fade to spine. Text clean and bright. This volume includes Liszt, Beethoven, Handel, Verdi, Schumann, Brahms. View more info
Publisher: New York:, The Heritage Press,: 1940.
Seller ID: 000691
Golden cloth covered boards titles in gilt in blue box, edges stained blue in slipcase. Book has not been opened or read. Slipcase has usual fading and some wear to edges. View more info
By: James, Henry
Publisher: New York, Heritage Press: 1963
Seller ID: 009269
The Ambassadors, which Henry James considered his best work, is the most exquisite refinement of his favorite theme: the collision of American innocence with European experience.No Flaws or Blemishes to unread book. With collectors notes. Slipcase has light shelf handling. View more info
By: Lever, Charles
Publisher: Edinburgh and London:, William Blackwood,: 1864-65.
Edition: Three volumes. All First Edition.
Seller ID: 004297
Essays written in the character of "Cornelius O'Dowd" and published anonymously. Charles James Lever (1806 – 1872) was an Irish novelist. Trollope praised Lever's novels highly when he said that they were just like his conversation. He was a born raconteur and had in perfection that easy flow of light description which without tedium or hurry leads up to the point of the good stories of which in earlier days his supply seemed inexhaustible. With little resp... View more info
By: Lover, Samuel
Publisher: Boston:, Little, Brown and Company,: 1901.
Seller ID: 007630
Volume 1 of a set of ten, number 68 of a Limited Edition of 100. Three quarter morocco and marbled boards; top edge gilt. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear with some rubs to edges. Full color tissue-guarded frontispiece, by H. L. Richardson, plus seven more tissue-guarded plates. One by Richardson, the others from drawings by Lover etched by W H W Bicknell. 262 pages; 8.5 inches tall. View more info
Publisher: Pennsylvania:, Franklin Library,: 1985<br>
Edition: Limited Edition.
Seller ID: 007408
Limited Edition of an unspecified number. Unopened, Tight and clean. Hint of shelf handling. Still, Gift Quality. Pulitzer Prize–winning masterpiece (19480 that inspired a Broadway classic and launched the career of James A. Michener, one of America’s most beloved storytellers.Full page color paintings and lime ribbon place marker; plush forest green leather cover with stamped genuine gold leaf decorations and lettering; luminous lime grosgrain endpapers; clea... View more info
Publisher: London, The Folio Society: 1978
Seller ID: 006940
No Flaws or Blemishes but a small/faint retail mark lower spine; Bindings tight and square. Text clean. Lacks slipcase. View more info
Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press,: 1967
Seller ID: 006670
First Edition, Thus. Illustrated by Lima De Freitas; Color map on endpages; genealogy table; twenty-three four-color illustrations, ten of which are full-page.Hardcover in slipcase. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, Some age spots to text-block. Moderate handling wear to slipcase. Lacks Sandglass collector notes. View more info
By: Sabuda, Robert
Publisher: New York:, Orchard Books,: 1994.
Edition: First Edition - Second Printing.
Seller ID: 007469
Robert Sabuda is a leading children's pop-up book artist and paper engineer. His books, have been well received and critically acclaimed. Twenty-six intricate paper fold-outs, in pastel cards mounted in a red hardcover binding, Minimal handling, most "letters" have never been opened. Still Giftable. This TRUE First Edition - Second Printing predates the limited edition of 1996 and later Scholastic printing. Each letter of the alphabet has its o... View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia, Franklin Library: 1986
Edition: Limited Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
Seller ID: 009909
The author states that the United States seems at once pragmatic and ideological, magnanimous and petty, moralistic and Machiavellian, anti-colonial and imperial, New Deal and laissez-faire. This book is one historian's effort to explain some of these contradictions. Signed Limited Edition. No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal aging to gilt on fore-edges. View more info
Publisher: New York:, Charles Scribner's Sons,: 1903.
Edition: Author Signed Limited Edition # 478 / 500.
Inscription: Author Signed Limited Edition # 478 / 500.
Seller ID: 008400
“Of the Southern tales, F. Hopkinson Smith’s Colonel Carter’s Christmas Tales, gives us again this fine old-time Virginian in a New York Atmosphere where his simple great heartedness and courtesy influence even a crude hard-headed man of Wall Street” [The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Volume 28, 1903]F. Hopkinson Smith (1838-1915) was a United States author, artist & engineer. This is a companion volume to his 'Col. Carter of Cartersville' (1... View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA:, The Franklin Library,: 1985<br>
Seller ID: 007872
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, known by his stage name Molière was a French playwright and actor who is considered to be one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature.This edition contains: The School for Husbands; The School for Wives; The Misanthrope; The Imaginary Invalid; The Would-Be Gentleman; The Miser; and Taruffe or, The Impostor. He wrote in the 17th century.No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. Leatherette. View more info