Near Fine in Very Good jacket. First edition. Near fine in a very good or better dust jacket with some rubbing along the edges and spine and some small chipping to the top and bottom of the spine. Otherwise a clean copy.
Jose Clemente Orozco. Very good in good dust jacket. Binding is tight and square. Name on liner page. Illustrations are black sketches. Tanning and speckling to paper. Overall very nice condition. Dust jacket is worn alog edges with small chinks missing and a short tear. 122 p. Includes illustrations. Reddish brown cloth with black art and lettering.
Very Good. Very good+ blue hardcover in still bright very good or better dust jacket, small closed tears top of front cover. Written for the U.S. Army Air Forces with sixty photos by John Swope. 8vo. 185pp. Small book store sticker back endpage.
VG+ in VG+ jacket. Previous owner's tiny name at top of ffep. Housed in a VG+ dust jacket that shows typical edgewear and a tiny chip to rear panel. Otherwise bright. This is the uncommon true first state with the period on p. 112. Overall, a nice copy of a book that is becoming exceedingly hard to find.
First Edition. Second issue with line 21 on page 9 reading "loosely". Bullet between the 8's on page 88 removed. Beige cloth stamped in brown and black. Dreams of two ranch hands fulfilled. no jacket. Spine sun toned a little. near Fine condition.
First edition. 8vo. Dark reddish orange cloth stamped in gilt. Top page edges stained light blue-very faint. 312 pages. Clean. Bright. tight. Dust jacket price clipped with several small chips at corners and N of Joh missing at top of spine. near Fine/Good condition.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. 1st Printing. John Steinbeck's "America and Americans". First Edition First Printing with "First Published in 1966 by The Viking Press, Inc." on the copyright page. The original dust jacket is in very good to near fine condition. The original $12.50 price is present on the front flap. The book is in fine condition and the gilt lettering on the spine is very well preserved. Steinbeck's text is illustrated with 136 pages of color and black and white photographs by Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Art Shay, Gordon Parks, and many others. Rare in this collectible condition. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store..
First edition, first printing. Upper front corner and lower spine lightly bumped, a few tiny spots to top edge, else fine in near fine, faintly toned dust jacket with some tiny tears and creases to spine tips in mylar cover.
Ruth Gannett. Fine in As New jacket. Eighth printing of the first edition. A crisp, fine vintage copy of this classic, covered with a flawless facsimile dust jacket. The text is clean and unmarked, and the book appears like new.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book With drawings by Jose Clemente Orozco. New York: The Viking Press, 1947. First edition in the second state dust jacket with Steinbeck looking to his right. An allegory of the corrupting influence of sudden wealth, based on an anecdote Steinbeck had heard about a boy who found a pearl of unusual size. Octavo. Original brown cloth binding, with black stamping. Light wear to the corners and tips. The dust jacket is price-clipped and a bit edgeworn, with a few small tape repairs to the verso; else very good. Goldstone A25a.
Beautiful book based on the film written by Steinbeck about life in a sm. Mexican village. 136 handsome photos from the film. Near fine/near fine. Laid in is a 4pg. supplement to the book of the month club news on his novel The Moon Is Down. Illustrated with a portrait of the writer on the front cover. Also laid in is a nice 2 color herald for the play based on the book.
Very Good. 2nd Printing. "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck. First edition, second printing with "Second Printing January 1937" on the copyright page. Published by Covici Friede Publishers, New York, 1937. Measures 4.75" x 7.75", 186 pages. A brand new facsimile (reproduction) dust jacket is included for protection and display. The book is in very good minus to good plus condition. The boards are well preserved with firm edges and light soiling. Sunning to the spine with worn label. The front board is slightly cocked. Both hinges are cracked, exposing the mull underneath. Previous bookstore's sticker on the rear paste-down. The textblock is largely clean and bright with tight binding. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(OMM-8)
slipcase has minor wear and stains at the extremities and glassine a little browned at the spine else a nearly fine copy. The agents' copy with their sticker on the front endpaper. One of 600 unnumbered copies.
Good+ in Good dust jacket. Tight square book with clean crisp supple pages CANARY YELLOW boards, have some edgewear black smudge to front board some age browning to pastedowns DJ in mylar has chipping and rubbing and about a quarter of an inch worn away at top spine; 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 208 pages.
7.5 x 5, yellow cloth, 208 pp, extremities bumped and lightly fraying, hinges loose, contents with light edge toning else a clean copy in rubbed, edge worn dust jacket. FIRST ED ("First Published...January 1945") IN SECOND STATE BINDING (yellow). Dust jacket shows $2 price.
Fine in fine jacket. New York: Viking Press, (1968). First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine/fine. 4to. Full green cloth, Viking logo blindstamped to front, gilt lettering at spine. Trace handling wear to jacket, else about fine. First edition thus and the first of six titles published by Viking Largetype in 18-point print. Scarce in this format, rare in condition. [Goldstone and Payne A7y].
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