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The Ne'er Do Well, 1911
$99.00
The Ne'er-Do-Well, by Rex Beach. A. L. Burt Company, 1911. Hardcover, four illustrations in black and white by Howard Chandler Christy. First edition,402 pages. Penciled name, foxing to end papers and closed page edges. Occasional foxing to text pages.
 
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Midnight Cowboy, First Edition
$175.00
Midnight Cowboy, by James Leo Herlihy. Simon and Schuster, 1965. Hardcover, stated first printing. Perfectly preserved dust jacket. Former library possession with stamps, marks, card pocket, tape residue to covers.
 
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Interview with the Vampire, 1976
$149.00
Interview with The Vampire, by Anne Rice. Alfred J. Knopf, 1976. Hardcover with dustjacket. Edition unstated, probable early printing. 309 pages. Minor marks and wear to dust jacket.
 
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The Boy Who Could Make Himself Disappear by Kin Platt. Chilton Book Company, 1971. Hardcover with dust jacket. Stated first edition, third printing. 216 pages. Wear to dust jacket. Small pock to back cover board. Former school library possession with usual stamps, paper loss from removal of card pocket and Mylar overwrap.
 
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Always the Young Strangers
$115.00
Always the Young Strangers by Carl Sandburg. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. Later edition of a 1953 title; presence of a zip code indicates post-1963 printing. Hardcover with dust jacket. 445 pages. Library card pocket present. Former library possession with stamps, markings.
 
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Gardening for Pleasure, 1875 1st Ed
$129.00
Gardening for Pleasure by Peter Henderson, subtitled: A Guide to the Amateur in the Fruit, Vegetable, and Flower Garden, with Full Directions for the Greenhouse, Conservatory, and Window Garden. Orange Judd Company, 1875. Hardcover, numerous small black-and-white illustrations in the text. First edition, 250 pages. Name written in pencil to first blank page. Light wear to spine and boards.
 
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Spoon River Anthology, 1915 First Ed.
$275.00
Spoon River Anthology, by Edgar Lee Masters. The MacMillan Company, 1915. Hardcover. First edition/fifth printing, 248 pages. No dust jacket. Occasional light foxing. Some pages uncut, white marks to back cover.
 
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Arctic Mood: 1949
$75.00
Arctic Mood: A Narrative of Arctic Adventures by Eva Alvey Richards. The Caxton Printers, 1949. Hardcover, 30 photographs and sketches in black and white. First edition, 281 pages. The first person account of a widow who moved from Seattle to Wainwright, Alaska to work as a government teacher and nurse. Missing dust jacket; foxing to front endpapers. Publisher's review submission note included, as found.
 
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The Cream of the Jest, 1927
$95.00
"The Cream of the Jest" by James Branch Cabelll. New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1927. Hardcover, 12 illustrations by Frank C. Pape. First edition thus of a 1917 title. 243 pages. Left page of title spread unbound, occasional foxing/crimping to page edges.
 
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Jack and the Check Book, 1911
$69.00
Jack and the Check Book by John Kendrick Bangs. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1911. Hardcover, numerous illustrations by Albert Levering. First edition, 236 pages. Inked name, occasional minor marks.
 
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Red & Orange Books, S/10
$99.00
Set of 10 vintage hardcover books in shades of orange and red. Some with illustrations. One German language book. Collection of cartoons "Hokinson Festival" has white-out on inside front cover, concealing previous owner's name. Names inked inside, bumped corners.
 
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The Crystal Fount
$69.00
The Crystal Fount for All Seasons edited by T. S. Arthur. New York: Cornish, Lamport & Co., not dated but estimated 1854. Hardcover, nine full page illustrations. Apparent first edition, 320 pages. Collection of essays by numerous authors on virtuous living as well as cautionary tales of bad behavior. Closed page edges are gold gilt. Significant foxing to plates with illustrations. Fragility to spine at front and back spreads.
 
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Shadows on the Rock, 1st Ed
$95.00
Shadows on the Rock by Willa Cather. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. Hardcover, stated first edition. 280 pages. Lacking dust jacket, fading to spine and edges.
 
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Born in Paradise, 1st Ed
$69.00
Born in Paradise by Armine von Tempski. Literary Guild of America, 1940. Hardcover, first edition. 342 pages. Set in Hawaii. Original dust jacket not included, name inked on first blank page.
 
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Luigi and the Long-Nosed Soldier
$75.00
Luigi and the Long-Nosed Soldier by Louis Slobodkin. MacMillan Company, 1963. Hardcover, 18 illustrations in color, 18 in black and white. First printing, 36 pages. Lacking dust jacket. Former library possession with card pocket, tape marks, stamps.
 
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Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, Signed
$195.00
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, written and signed by Pearl S. Buck. The John Day Company, 1966. Hardcover, 14 illustrations in black and white by Mamoru Funai. First edition, seventh impression. 80 pages. Lacking dust jacket, some foxing.
 
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Ann Can Fly
$99.00
Ann Can Fly by Fred Phleger. Random House/Beginner Books, 1959. Hardcover, color illustrations on each of the 32 spreads by Robert Lopshire. First edition, 64 pages. Spine cover fragile, crayon mark to back endpapers.
 
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Designers in Britain, 1851-1951
$95.00
Designers in Britain, 1851-1951: A Biennial Review of Graphic and Industrial Design. London: Allan Wingate Publishers, Ltd, 1951. Hardcover, hundreds of illustrations in black and white, some in color. First edition, 308 pages. Lacking dust jacket, spine fraying at top, marks to boards.
 
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American Indian Stories, Signed
$445.00
American Indian Stories by Zitkala-Ša (Gertrude Bonnin). Hayworth Publishing House, 1921. Hardcover, author photo at title spread. Signed first edition, 195 pages. Zitkala-Ša was born on February 22, 1876 on the Yankton Indian Reservation in South Dakota to a Dakota mother and a European-American father. Until 1884 Zitkala-Ša lived on the reservation, when she was sent to a training school in Indiana. Foxing, bumped corners, marks. Penciled numbers to one page.
 
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Cherry, 1st Ed
$75.00
Cherry by Booth Tarkington. Harper & Brothers, 1903. Hardcover, three illustrations. First edition, 179 pages. No dust jacket as issued. Inked name, bookplate. One illustration unbound.
 
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Hepatica Hawks, 1st Ed
$95.00
Hepatica Hawks by Rachel Field. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1932. Hardcover, five illustrations in black and white by Allen Lewis. First edition. 239 pages. Sticker from The Martinsen Library of Santa Barbara to inside back cover. Lacking dust jacket. Small marks to boards, inked gift inscription, bookplate.
 
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1001 Garden Questions Answered
$95.00
1001 Garden Questions Answered by Alfred Carl Hottes. New York: A. T. De La Mare Company, 1927. Hardcover, 85 illustrations and photos in black and white. First edition, second printing. 293 pages. Lacking dust jacket, minor edge wear, inked name. Of the 27 pages in back headlined Garden Notes and Memoranda, only three contain penciled notes. Leaflet from an insecticide company included, as found.
 
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Blueberry Hill Cookbook
$95.00
Blueberry Hill Cookbook by Elsie Masterton. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1959. Hardcover, occasional black-and-white illustrations by Ava Morgan. Eleventh printing, 302 pages. Wear to dust jacket.
 
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Cuba's Great Struggle for Freedom
$175.00
Cuba's Great Struggle for Freedom by Gonzalo de Quesada and Henry Davenport Northrop. J. R. Jones, publisher. Hardcover, illustrated with scores of engravings and photographs in black and white. First edition, 758 pages. Fading and light marks to cover image. Bumped corners and edge wear to boards. Inscription page filled out in pencil. Occasional foxing.
 
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Look No Further Cookbook, 1955
$55.00
Look No Further by Richard T. Hougen. Abingdon Press, 1955. Hardcover, nine illustrations in black and white by Robert D. Bigelow. Third edition, 244 pages. Signed by the author on first blank page. No dust jacket, occasional foxing and marks.
 
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Christmas Holiday
$55.00
Christmas Holiday by Somerset Maugham. The Literary Guild of America, Inc., 1939. Hardcover, first American edition. 314 pages. Marks to boards, tanning to endpapers. Inked out price.
 
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A Visit from St. Nicholas
$35.00
A Visit From St. Nicholas to a Liberated Household by Judith Viorst. Simon and Schuster, 1977. Hardcover with dust jacket, illustrations on each spread by Norman Green. First edition, 40 pages. Marks and edge wear to dust jacket.
 
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An Account of King's College Chapel
$25.00
An Account of King's College-Chapel in Cambridge by Henry Malden. The Scolar Press, 1973. Softcover with decorative dust jacket. First edition thus. Reprint of a 1769 title. 96 pages. Dog ears, creasing to dust jacket.
 
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A Wonderland of the East: 1920
$125.00
A Wonderland of the East: The Mountain and Lake Region of New England and Eastern New York by William Copeman Kitchin, Ph.D. The Page Company, 1920. Hardcover, three maps and 54 plates, six in color. Stated first impression, 329 pages (some uncut).
 
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Collins Guide to Bulbs
$59.00
Collins Guide to Bulbs by Patrick M. Synge. London: Collins, 1961. Hardcover, 330 bulbs illustrated in color, 27 in black and white. First edition, 320 pages. No dust jacket, name inked to first blank page.
 
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Williamsburg Antique Furnishings
$55.00
The Williamsburg Collection of Antique Furnishings, by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Hold, Rinehart, and Winston, 1973. Hardcover with color photographs on each page. First edition, 120 pages. Former library possession with stamps, markings. Edge wear to dust jacket with library sticker to spine.
 
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Decorative Literature Collection, S/10
$225.00
Collection of 10 volumes with decorative spines. Various authors, publishers and publication dates. All hardcover, some illustrated in black and white. Authors include Carson McCullers, Willa Cather, D. H. Lawrence, Robert Benchley, S. J. Perelman, and more. Publication dates range from 1926 to 1967, with most dating from the 1940s and 1950s. Some edge wear to bindings, occasional marks, names, and stamps.
 
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Leonardo da Vinci
$69.00
Leonardo da Vinci: The Tragic Pursuit of Perfection by Antonina Vallentin. The Viking Press, 1952. Hardcover, 561 pages with 31 illustrations in black and white. Later edition of a 1938 title. No dust jacket; edge wear to boards.
 
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Situation Normal, Signed 1st Ed
$625.00
Situation Normal by Arthur Miller. Reynal & Hitchcock, 1944. Hardcover, first edition. Signed by the author on the title page. 179 pages. Miller's first book concerns his assignment to craft the best and most realistic movie about soldiers and war in the history of filmdom. "Most of this book was written before I got to Hollywood, before I cared what the public prefers, and therein lies a tale." Edge wear, light marks to boards, no dust jacket.
 
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Long Day's Journey into Night, 1st Ed
$175.00
Long Day's Journey Into Night by Eugene O'Neill. Yale University Press, 1956. Hardcover, first edition, sixth printing, 176 pages. Edge wear to dust jacket; bookplate of original owner.
 
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The Issue, 1st Ed
$89.00
The Issue by George Morgan. Lippincott, 1904. Hardcover with six illustrations in black and white by George A. Williams. First edition, 419 pages. Occasional small marks; foxing.
 
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Paperback Prose & Poetry, S/4
$55.00
Set of four beatnik era prose and poetry volumes. ABC of Reading (1960) and Selected Poems (1957), both by Ezra Pound. Long Day's Journey Into Night (1969) by Eugene O'Neill. A Coney Island of the Mind, poems by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, (1958). All softcover volumes, various publishers and editions. Edge wear to bindings, some inked names, highlighted passages.
 
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Paris & France Selections, S/4
$225.00
Set of four Paris and France themed volumes. Paris is a Woman's Town by Helen Josephy and Mary Margaret McBride, Coward-McCann, (1929). The Flavor of France in Recipes and Pictures, Vol. Two, by Narcissa Chamberlain, Hastings House, (1964.) The Versailles I Love, by Roger Nimier and Robert Descharnes, Tudor Publishing, (1958). Paris par Arrondissement, Editions L'Indispensable, undated. Metro ticket stub, news clippings included as found. Wear to dust jacket, occasional marks, foxing.
 
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Happy Birthday to You, 1st Ed
$299.00
Happy Birthday to You! by Dr. Seuss. Random House, 1959. Hardcover, 52 illustrations in color by the author. First edition, 52 pages. First printing point of five white dots at bottom of page 32, as shown in final photo. No dust jacket. Wear to spine and boards. Spots to back cover, occasional marks, light creases.
 
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With Wolfe in Canada
$135.00
With Wolfe in Canada, or The Winning of a Continent, by G. A. Henty. The Mershon Company, 1903. Hardcover, four full-page illustrations in black and white. Apparent first edition thus, 344 pages. Hardcover. Yellowing to pages.
 
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C/O Postmaster
$55.00
C/O Postmaster by Corporal Thomas R. St. George. Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1943. Hardcover, profusely illustrated in black and white by the author. First edition, 194 pages. The record of an American soldier's WWII service stationed in Australia. No dust jacket.
 
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At Play in the Fields of the Lord
$125.00
At Play in the Fields of the Lord by Peter Matthiessen. Random House, 1965. Hardcover, occasional small black-and-white decorations. Stated first printing, 373 pages. Former library possession with stamps, card pocket. Tear to front inside flap of dust jacket.
 
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Young Lieutenant
$59.00
Young Lieutenant: The Adventures of an Army Officer by Oliver Optic. Hurst & Company, circa 1920. Hardcover, one illustration at title spread. First edition, 350 pages. Mark to back board, erasure to first blank page.
 
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Lakes Collection, S/2
$69.00
Lake Okeechobee by Alfred and Kathyrn Hanna; Lake Champlain and Lake George by Frederic Van de Water. Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1946 and 1948, respecively. First edition hardcovers, each illustrated with maps and photos in black and white. Ink smudges to margins of several pages in Lake Champlain. Inked gift inscription in Lake Okeechobee. No dust jackets.
 
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Voyages of Doctor Dolittle
$89.00
The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle by Hugh Lofting. J. B. Lippincott, 1950. Hardcover, 18 illustrations in black-and-white by the author. 29th impression of a 1922 title. 364 pages. Missing dust jacket, small marks to cover boards.
 
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German Pucki Collection, S/5
$115.00
Set of five Pucki titles by Magda Trott. Titania - Verlag Stuttgart, undated (1930s). Hardcover, occasional illustrations in color and black-and-white in each. Text in German. First editions. Average page count of 160. Marks and wear to covers. Some foxing.
 
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Polo & Equestrian Titles, S/2
$135.00
Hunt Race Meetings in America edited by Peter Vischer, and Hawbuck Grange, by Thomas Scott, Esq. Polo Magazine 1932 and George Bayntun, 1926. Both hardcover. Former includes numerous illustrated ads in black-and-white, the latter includes 13 full page illustrations in black-and-white by H.K. Browne and W. T. Maud, plus one color plate and numerous small drawings in the text. 228 pages and 265 pages (many uncut). Missing dust jackets, inked names/bookplate, some foxing.
 
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Onward and Upward in the Garden
$49.00
Onward and Upward in The Garden by Katharine S. White. Farrar Straus Giroux, 1979. Hardcover, small illustrations in black-and-white at beginning and end of each chapter. First edition, fifth printing. Small tear on top of dust jacket, foxing to closed page edges.
 
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Frederic Remington
$55.00
Frederic Remington by Peter Hassrick. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1975. Hardcover, 73 illustrations including 56 in color. First edition, second printing. 157 pages. Edge wear to dust jacket.
 
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Rhododendrons of the World, 1st Ed
$55.00
Rhododendrons of the World and How to Grow Them, by David G. Leach. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1961. Hardcover with a color fold-out phylogenetic chart by Dan Miller attached at back spread, hundreds of black-and-white illustrations in the text by Edmond Amateis. First edition, 544 pages. Missing dust jacket. Minor edge wear and small mark to front cover. Library stamps and card pocket present.
 
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Herbal, 1st Ed
$85.00
Herbal by Joseph Wood Krutch. G. P Putnam's Sons, 1965. Hardcover, 106 plates in black and white taken from woodcuts in Pierandrea Mattioli's folio of 1563. First edition, 255 pages. Foxing to dust jacket and some pages.
 
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The Flowering World of "Chinese" Wilson by Daniel J. Foley. The Macmillan Company, 1969. Hardcover, numerous photographs in black-and-white. Stated first printing. 334 pages. Wear to dust jacket.
 
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Philomena, Signed 1st Ed
$75.00
Philomena by Kate Seredy. The Viking Press, 1955. Hardcover, illustrations on nearly every page, in black and white. First edition. 95 pages. Signed by the author "To Elizabeth Keeney with best wishes, Kate Seredy." The tale of a little girl who travels alone to Prague to earn a living as a servant. Wear to dust jacket, mustiness.
 
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1900s Blue & Gold Collection, S/3
$89.00
Collection of blue bound books with gold titles. Includes: The Irrational Knot by G. Bernard Shaw (Brentano's, 1905); Highways & Byways in Galloway & Carrick by C. H. Dick (MacMillan & Co, 1919); and The Ark and the Dove by J. Moss Ives (Longmans, Green & Co, 1936). All hardcover. The latter two books are illustrated in black and white. The Irrational Knot is a first edition, while the others are early reprints. Edge wear, missing dust jackets, inked names, bookplate.
 
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Green & Gold Stack, S/6
$99.00
Set of six books with dark bindings in green and black with gold titles. Various authors, publishers, and publication dates; four from the 19th century. Oldest is Ohio Adjutant-General Report, from 1887, while newest dates to 1945 (Tom Paine). All hardcover. Some are illustrated with color maps or black-and-white photos. Edge wear, inked names and notes, stamped names/school info.
 
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Casanova's History of My Life, S/6
$139.00
History of My Life, by Giacomo Casanova, Chevalier de Seingalt, translated by Willard R. Trask. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1967. Hardcover, occasional illustrations in black-and-white. First edition, average page count of 400 per volume. Complete set of volumes 1-12, each book contains two volumes. Library stamps and markings, darkening to spine covers from stickers, card pockets present.
 
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Midcentury Titles, S/7
$299.00
Set of seven midcentury books, all hardcover with dust jackets. Various authors, publishers, and page counts. Most published in the 1950s and 1960s. Some first editions. Wear to dust jackets, inked inscriptions, bookplate. One former library possession with tape marks to covers.
 
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Blue & Green Book Stack, S/5
$99.00
Set of five books in shades of blue and green. Various authors, publishers, and publication dates. All hardcover, some illustrated. Missing dust jackets, wear to covers and spines. Some inked inscriptions, foxing.
 
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Black & Tan Cookbooks, S/4
$55.00
Around America, A Cookbook for Young People by Mildred O. Knopf; Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. I Cook as I Please by Nika Hazelton, Grosset & Dunlap, 1974. The Chinese-Kosher Cookbook by Ruth and Bob Grossman; Galahad Books, 1965. The Mistress Cook by Peter Gray; Oxford University Press, 1956. First editions. Missing dust jackets, edge wear. Inked names, book plates.
 
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The Pirates of Penzance
$59.00
The Pirates of Penzance: The Story of the Gilbert & Sullivan Operatta, adapted by Ward Botsford. Random House, 1981. Hardcover with color illustrations on each spread by Edward Sorel. First edition; 26 pages. Missing dust jacket.
 
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Nursery Stories, S/2
$55.00
The Little Golden Mother Goose, edited by Mary Reed; and My Garden of Stories by Etta Austin Blaisdell. Simon and Schuster, 1957; Little, Brown & Company, 1929. Both hardcover; illustrated in color by Feodor Rojankovsky and Clara Atwood Fitts, respectively. First editions, 25 pages and 208 pages. Edge wear, marks and scuffs, bumped corners.
 
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The Confessions of Nat Turner, 1st Ed.
$99.00
The Confessions of Nat Turner, by William Styron. Random House, 1967. Hardcover, stated first printing. 428 pages. Minor edge wear and marks to dust jacket. Price clipped flap.
 
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Red & Yellow Book Stack, S/6
$139.00
Set of six volumes in shades of red and yellow. Various authors and publishers, 1914-1975. All hardcover, all illustrated, most in color. Artists include: L. Leslie Brooke, Helen Borten, Roger Duvoisin, Gordon Grant. Missing dust jackets, wear to covers and corners. Some inked inscriptions, bookplates, stamps.
 
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Yellow Book Stack, S/5
$89.00
Yellow book stack, set of five. Various authors, publishers, publication dates. Hardcover, each illustrated in color or black-and-white. Some first editions, various page counts. Missing or partial dust jackets, inked names, inked in letters to title page of one. Wear to covers and edges.
 
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Pink Book Stack, S/4
$135.00
Pink book stack, set of four. Various authors, publishers, publication dates, page counts. Hardcover, some illustrated. One first edition. Some inked names, edge wear, missing dust jackets.
 
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Shades of Pink Stack, S/5
$99.00
Shades of pink book stack, set of five. Various authors, publishers, editions. Publication dates range from 1929 to 1969. Hardcover, some illustrated with photos in black and white and two color illustrations. Varying page counts. Missing dust jackets, marks to covers, foxing.
 
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Colorful Story Time Stack, S/7
$145.00
Collection of classic children's story books, set of seven. Various authors, publishers, publication years, editions. All hardcover, each profusely illustrated in color. One unattached page in Daddy Gander, foxing and smudges to covers of two. Light general age wear, bumped corners, occasional marks.
 
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The Eiger Sanction, 1972 First Edition
$99.00
The Eiger Sanction, a novel by "Trevanian." Crown Publishers, 1972. Hardcover, first edition, 316 pages. Former library possession with stamps, smudges, card pocket. Cocked spine.
 
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The Mosquito Coast, 1982 First Edition
$95.00
The Mosquito Coast, by Paul Theroux. Houghton Mifflin, 1982. Hardcover, woodcuts by David Frampton. First edition, 374 pages. Former library possession with stamps, card pocket, tape marks to covers.
 
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Travels with Charley, First Edition
$299.00
Travels with Charley in Search of America, by John Steinbeck. The Viking Press, 1962. Hardcover, illustrated dust jacket image and map at endpapers by Don Freeman. First edition, 246 pages. Tears and spots to dust jacket. Address sticker and child's nameplate to title page, with ghosting on facing page from paper and tape. Text pages are clean and sound.
 
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ABC Book of People, 1932
$69.00
ABC Book of People, by Walter Cole. The Junior Literary Guild/Minton, Balch & Company, 1932. Hardcover, striking color illustrations on each spread by the author. First edition, 52 pages. Missing dust jacket, small marks to covers. Name inked to first page. Small rip in bottom margin of last page, age wear to spine.
 
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Kingdom of Slender Swords, 1910
$59.00
The Kingdom of Slender Swords, by Hallie Ermine Rives, with a foreword by His Excellency Baron Makino. The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1910. Hardcover, several full page color illustrations by A. B. Wenzell. First edition, 435 pages. Fading and marks to white borders on front cover, pencil erasures to first blank page.
 
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Little Aliens, 1910
$55.00
Little Aliens, by Myra Kelly. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1910. Hardcover, eight full page illustrations in black and white. First edition, 291 pages. Small marks to covers, inked inscription. Missing dust jacket.
 
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In the Fog, 1901
$89.00
In the Fog, by Richard Harding Davis. R. H. Russell, 1901. Hardcover, occasional illustrations in two different styles by Thomas Mitchell Peirce and F. D. Steele, in two colors and black and white. First edition, 155 pages. Ownership stamp, left side of title spread unbound.
 
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Suzuki Beane, Greenwich Village 1961
$125.00
Suzuki Beane, by Sandra Scoppettone. Doubleday & Company, 1961. Hardcover, illustrations on each page in black and white by Louise Fitzhugh (later to write Harriet the Spy). Stated first edition, 96 pages. Missing dust jacket, inked name and date, wear to corners of covers.
 
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The Book of Merlyn, First Edition
$125.00
The Book of Meryln: The Unpublished Conclusion to The Once and Future King, by T. H. White. University of Texas Press, 1977. Hardcover, numerous illustrations in black and white by Trevor Stubley. First edition/second printing, 137 pages. Dust jacket is tanned at top and bottom, with sticker to spine. Former library owned with tape marks to covers, stamps, card pocket.
 
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James and the Giant Peach
$145.00
James and the Giant Peach, by Roald Dahl. Alfred A. Knopf, 1961. Hardcover, numerous illustrations in black and white by Nancy Eckholm Burkert. Early edition, bound by The Book Press, 118 pages. Inked inscription, edge wear to dust jacket, occasional marks/foxing.
 
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Thurber, S/2
$119.00
The Thurber Carnival, and Alarms and Diversions, both by James Thurber. Harper & Brothers, 1945/1957. Hardcovers, illustrated by the author. Thurber Carnival is a later unstated edition, Alarms and Diversions is a stated first edition. 369/366 pages. Missing dust jackets, inked name to one.
 
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Mr. Wind and Madam Rain
$115.00
Mr. Wind and Madam Rain, by Paul de Musset, translated by Emily Makepeace. Harper & Brothers, undated, presumed 1911 edition of an 1864 work. Hardcover, numerous illustrations in black and white by Charles Bennett. Edition unstated, 126 pages, strongly bound. Edge wear to covers, inked name.
 
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British Collection, S/5
$249.00
Works on England, set of five. Various authors, publishers, publication years. All hardcover, most illustrated, some in color. Includes Children of Dickens; Uncommon People: A Study of England's Elite; The Youthful Queen Victoria; English Ghost Stories; and The Climber. Published between 1909 and 1986. Missing dust jackets. Some ownership stamps, inked inscriptions, foxing, marks, edge wear.
 
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Little Pear, 1931 First Edition
$149.00
Little Pear: The Story of a Little Chinese Boy, written and illustrated by Eleanor Frances Lattimore. Harcourt, Brace & World, 1931. Hardcover, illustrations on every page in black and white. First edition, 144 pages. Dust jacket has light wear and a small strip of yellow tape at bottom. End papers have some paper loss and a small sticker from library use.
 
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The Woman of Andros, 1st Ed
$149.00
The Woman of Andros, by Thornton Wilder. Albert & Charles Boni, 1930. Hardcover, unillustrated. First edition, third printing. 162 pages. Inked name and date, Original dust jacket not included.
 
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Nature Selections, S/5
$275.00
Outdoors and nature selections, set of five. Topics include flowers, bears, camping, and stories from the forest. Various authors and publishers. Publication dates range from 1905 to 1965. Profusely illustrated in black and white. Flower book includes color plates. Original dust jackets not included, wear to covers and spines. Names and notes in pencil and in pen. Foxing to cover of one.
 
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Miniature Poetry & Prose, S/10
$245.00
Miniature works of prose, drama and poetry in shades of blue and green. Various authors and publishers. Publication dates from 1898 to 1975, with more pre-1930. All hardcover, several illustrated. Numerous first editions. Some bound-in ribbon bookmarks. Edge wear, inked names and dates.
 
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Gold Titled Etiquette, S/2
$175.00
Etiquette, by Emily Post. Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1940. Hardcover, occasional full page photos in black/white. First printing of the 1940 edition, 892 pages. Formerly owned by a school library with typical stamps and markings. Amy Vanderbilt Complete Book of Etiquette, Doubleday & Company, 1978. Hardcover, several drawings in black/white by Mona Marks. 1978 updated edition of a 1952 title, 879 pages. Name and date inked to front endpapers. Original dust jacket not included.
 
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Piney Home, Tale of Maine
$69.00
Piney Home by George Selwyn Kimball. Herbert B. Turner & Co., 1905. Hardcover. Small illustration of pinecones at each chapter heading. Second edition of a 1904 title, 371 pages. Original dust jacket not included. Some foxing.
 
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The Indians of To-Day, 1911
$975.00
The Indians of To-Day, by George Bird Grinnell. Duffield & Company, 1911. First edition from this publisher of a 1900 title. Hardcover, illustrated with 55 full page portraits in black and white of Native American tribal leaders, including Geronimo. 426 pages with index. Rarely found except in print on demand format. Original dust jacket not included. Child's bookplate affixed to inside front cover.
 
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The Abecedarian Book, 1964 1st Edition
$199.00
The Abecedarian Book, by Charles W. Ferguson. Little, Brown and Company, 1964. Hardcover, illustrations introducing each letter of the alphabet. First edition, 131 pages. A classic of mid century design, this alphabet book of big words is "for adults with the curiosity of children and for children with the capacity of adults." A scarce edition. Edge wear to dust jacket, two small inked numbers on first blank page.
 
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Secrets of Charm, 1954
$299.00
Secrets of Charm, by John Robert Powers and Mary Sue Miller. John C. Winston Co., 1954. Hardcover, profusely illustrated with drawings by Georgia Bloch, as well as illustrations in black and white. First Book Club Edition, 386 pages. Foxing to front and back endpapers, edge wear to dust jacket.
 
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The Avant Gardener, 1975
$99.00
The Avant Gardener: A Handbook and Sourcebook of All That's New and Useful in Gardening, by Thomas and Betty Powell. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1975. Hardcover, profusely illustrated with photographs in black and white. First edition, 263 pages. Missing dust jacket. Small creases to front cover; crimp to bottom of back cover.
 
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Garden and Wild Flowers, S/7
$345.00
Books on garden flowers and wild flowers, set of seven. Various authors, publishers, publication years ranging from 1932 to 1978, with most from the mid century. All hardcover, each illustrated in black and white and/or color. Some first editions, various page counts. Includes a small book in German on Alpine flowers.
 
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Four Seasons Spa Cuisine
$75.00
The Four Seasons Spa Cuisine, by Seppi Renggli. Simon and Schuster, 1986. Hardcover, color photographs at endpapers. First edition/first printing, 348 pages. Edge wear and original price sticker to dust jacket. Small erasure to front endpapers.
 
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A Brother to the Sioux, 1919 First Ed.
$199.00
John P. Williamson: A Brother to the Sioux, by Winifred W. Barton. Fleming H. Revell Company, 1919. Hardcover, some photos in black and white, occasional drawings by John Redowl. First edition, 269 pages. Inked price on first blank page. Original dust jacket not included.
 
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The Egg and I, First Edition
$199.00
The Egg and I, by Betty MacDonald. J. B. Lippincott Company, 1945. Hardcover, first edition. 287 pages. Original dust jacket not included. Bookplate to inside front cover. Some foxing to endpapers.
 
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Junior Cook Book, 1963
$95.00
Junior Cook Book for the Host and Hostess of Tomorrow, author unknown. Meredith Press, 1963. Hardcover, illustrations and/or photographs on every page. First edition/third printing, 78 pages. Erasure to first blank page. Original dust jacket not included.
 
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Art of Dressmaking, 1927
$69.00
Art of Dressmaking, by the Butterick Publishing Company, 1927. Hardcover, numerous illustrations in black and white throughout. First edition, 255 pages in pristine condition. Jazz Age fashions and illustrations. Original dust jacket not included. Minor edge wear to covers.