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  • 1. Mark Twain. Collected Tales, Sketches, Speeches, & Essays. Volume 1: 1852-1890. and Mark Twain. Collected Tales, Sketches, Speeches, & Essays. Volume II: 1891-1910

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Fine. 2 Volumes. UNCORRECTED PROOFS. Fine in bound signatures, laid-into white printed wrappers. See More Details

    1992, THE LIBRARY OF AMERICA. NY 1992

    Softcover, Fine/Like New

    Waverley Books

    BEST

    Santa Monica, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 2. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. With an Introduction By Carl Van Doren and Illustrations By Honore Guilbeau

    by Twain, Mark (1835-1910) As Samuel L. Clemens

     

    Seller Description: Quarto (4to). Signed [xi] 275 pages of text. Measures 30.8cm (height). Hardcover: 1/2 blue cloth; gold paper covered boards; blind stamped blue decoration; #1161 of 1500; signed by Guilbeau; author's full name: Samuel Langhorne Clemens; slip-case damaged; prospectus laid in; owner marks. American novel; fine printing; Limited Editions Club. See More Details

    1949, Aldus Printers and Ferris Printing

    Hardcover, Fine/Like New

    Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)

    BEST

    Chicago, IL, USA

    $150.00

  • 3. Mark Twain'; S Travels With Mr. Brown. Being Heretofore Uncollected Sketches Written...for the San Francisco Alta California in 1866 & 1867..

    by Mark Twain

     

    Seller Description: Very Good binding. Very Good dust jacket. An attractive copy of the First Edition, limited to 1795 copies of which this is #1066. Frontispiece of Capt. Nead Wakeman. There is a previous owner name on the front pastedown (under the front flap of the dustjacket). The dustjacket has a bit of darkening. The binding is tight and square. The jacket is not price-clipped and is protected with a new mylar cover. Very Good binding / Very Good dust jacket. See More Details

    1940, Alfred A. Knopf

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Black Swan Books, Incorporated

    BEST

    Richmond, VA, USA

    $150.00

  • 4. Saint Joan of Arc

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. Hardcover in original boards with Howard Pyle illustration on front. 8vo. First edition, second state. Plain pastedown pages and endpapers, upside down illustration on page 18, code D-T on colophon page with a printing date of May 1919. Book is crisp, clean, and unmarred. No dust jacket. Spine starting. Bookplate of former owner on front pastedown, with offsetting to opposite page. Four perfect-condition tipped-in color illustrations by Howard Pyle depicting a lithe, young, slender ... See More Details

    1919, Harper & Brothers

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Warwick Books, member IOBA

    BEST

    South Pasadena, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 5. Tom Sawyer Abroad

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. No Jacket. With 26 illustrations by Dan. Beard. 12mo. viii, 208 pp. + 32 pp. ads dated February, 1894. Original bright red cloth with black illustration and title front cover and gilt titles on the spine. Slight slant, light spinal sunning and shallow wear at the spinal extremities else a very good plus book. See More Details

    1894, London: Chatto & Windus, 1894. 1st ed.

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Thomas Dorn, ABAA

    BEST

    Canton, GA, USA

    $150.00

  • 6. Stolen White Elephant Etc

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Not Illustrated. G/-- 12mo., 306, 12 pp., cover rubbed, bumped, spine tips frayed, small gouge in page foredges. BAL 3404 Tan cloth w/ elephant and organic design in rust and gold. See More Details

    1882, James R. Osgood & Company

    Cloth, Good

    Riverow Bookshop

    BEST

    Owego, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 7. Autobiography and First Romance

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: First edition. First issue, lacking advertisement for Ball, Black & Co. on copyright page [BAL 3326]. In worn red cloth (no priority given to color), otherwise very good. See More Details

    (1871)., Sheldon & Company

    Hardcover, Good

    Quill & Brush, Inc.

    BEST

    Dickerson, MD, USA

    $150.00

  • 8. The Gilded Age: a Tale of to-Day

    by Twain, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens) And Warner, Charles Dudley

     

    Seller Description: Tight and sound, with a little rubbing at extremities; gold decoration on spine a little dulled. 574 [2] [4, ads] pp. Fully Illustrated from New Designs. This copy lacks the folding plate between pp. 246-247. 8vo, BAL 3357; corrected states of pp. 351 and 353. See More Details

    1874, Ameican Publishing Company

    publisher's black gilt cloth., Fair

    Jeffrey Marks Rare Books, ABAA

    BEST

    Rochester, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 9. Roughing It

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Poor. No Dust Jacket. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. First state of first edition. Perfect M on page xi and page 19. Page 242 has all words present on 20-21. Back cover detatched. No spine cover. Bumped and worn corners. Candidate for rebinding. Name on fornt end paper. Spine paper roughened and chipped. See More Details

    1872, American Publishing Company

    Hardcover, Poor

    The Country Bookshop

    BEST

    Plainfield, VT, USA

    $150.00

  • 10. The Gilded Age

    by Twain, Mark And Charles Dudley Warner

     

    Seller Description: First edition. "Sold by subscription only on title page". 213 illustrations with some full page plates. Mixed issue of the 9 major points. Point 1: Ads at back with "Everybody's Friend" undescribed-state A; Point 2: Artist White listed on title page-state A; Point 3: page vii-"Eschol" Sellers under Chapter 5-state A; Point 4: page xvi-final illustrations numbered 212-state B; Point 5: Page 246-no comma follows "Hallelujah" on line 5 from bottom-state A; Point 6: no period after "Dr. Jackson" ... See More Details

    1874, American Publishing Company and Watson Gill

    Hardcover

    Cultural Connection

    BEST

    Cape Coral, FL, USA

    $150.00

  • 11. The Gilded Age: a Tale of to-Day

    by Twain, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens) And Warner, Charles Dudley

     

    Seller Description: The line below "American Publishing Company" and above the date, 1873, has been neatly and inexplicably excised from the title page (it read "F. G. Gilman & Co., Chicago, Ill."); old clipping about Charles Dudly Warner tipped in after the title page,... 574 [2] pp. Fully Illustrated from New Designs, including the folding plate. 8vo, BAL 3357: first state of the title page, p. 246, and p. 280; later state of p; xvi, pp. 351 and 353, and p. 403. See More Details

    1873, Ameican Publishing Company

    publisher's black gilt cloth.

    Jeffrey Marks Rare Books, ABAA

    BEST

    Rochester, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 12. "a Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" in Century (November, 1889)

    by Twain, Mark (Clemens, Samuel)

     

    Seller Description: Fine. Fine in original wrappers with a nick at the foot of the spine. An advance excerpt from Twain's novel. See More Details

    1889, Century

    Softcover, Fine/Like New

    Clayton Fine Books

    HIGH

    Shepherdstown, WV, USA

    $150.00

  • 13. Extracts From Adam's Diary

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: F. Strothmann. Very Good. No Dustjacket. 8vo. LAcks rare dust jacket. It is a true 1st edition-on Copyright page "April 1904." Previous owner's bookplate on inside, and owner's signature in ink dated 22 December 1904. Minor edgewear at top and bottom of the spine-white lettering with multi colored drawing of a man carving on a stone tablet with two monkeys watching. Illustrated-black and white frontis with full page black and white stone tablet. Red boards and spine. See More Details

    1904, HArper & Brothers

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Sam's Bookshelf

    HIGH

    Cincinnati, OH, USA

    $150.00

  • 14. A Double Barrelled Detective Story

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Illustrated by Lucius Hitchcock. Very Good with no dust jacket. Uncut; Light soiling and wear to boards; Light wear to head and heel of spine; Former owner's book plate front pastedown; BAL3471; Red boards gilt titles; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 179 pages. See More Details

    1902, Harper & Brothers

    Hardcover, Very Good

    First Edition, too Inc.

    HIGH

    Moran, MI, USA

    $150.00

  • 15. A Double Barrelled Detective Story

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Very Good with no dust jacket. Slightly cocked, some darkening to covers else Very Good. The First Edition. See More Details

    1902, Harper & Brothers

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Gerry Kleier Books

    HIGH

    Martinez, CA, USA

    $150.00

  • 16. History of the Conquest of Mexico (3 Volumes)

    by Prescott, William H.

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. Minor wear to boards. All three volumes are tight and clean. See More Details

    1873, J. B. Lippincott Company

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Chamblin Bookmine

    HIGH

    Jacksonville, FL, USA

    $150.00

  • 17. Christian Science: With Notes Containing Corrections to Date

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st edition, 1st state; red boards with gilt central lozenge with MT surrounded by corn husks and decorative lines; faded spine; owner name written on inside front cover, otherwise good clean unmarked copy. See More Details

    Harper & Brothers

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Dunaway Books

    HIGH

    Saint Louis, MO, USA

    $150.00

  • 18. Life on the Mississippi

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Thick octavo in brown cloth hardcovers with gold gilt and black letters; VG; spine shows some shelf wear around edges; boards show some discolored, soiling and shelf wear; previous owner's penciled name on ffep; edges dusty; binding still strong but some gutters loosening; paper slightly faded and occasional foxing; no illustration on p. 141; caption error on pp. 141-143; last page loose; pp. 624; shelved in Case # 2. Dupont. See More Details

    1883, James R. Osgood

    Hardcover, Good

    Second Story Books

    HIGH

    Rockville, MD, USA

    $150.00

  • 19. Mark Twain's Sketches, New and Old (First Edition)

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Fair. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. FIRST EDITION, second state (without the extra footnote on page 120, the 11-line skit "From Hospital Days" on page 299, and the errata slip). TFull blue cloth stamped in gold & black, some external wear, spine is a little worn with the gilding starting to fade and the top & bottom of the spine frayed. General edge wear and bottom corners worn through to board. The books binding has been professionally restored with the original spine relaid preserving ... See More Details

    1875, The American Publishing Company

    Full Cloth, Fair

    Ziern-Hanon Galleries

    HIGH

    Saint Louis, MO, USA

    $150.00

  • 20. Roughing It

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: First edition, First State. Fair in dark brown cloth covered boards with gold stamping. Boards worn and separated from text block, gold stamped spine cloth loose, but present with some loss at spine ends, endpapers loose, but present, some tearing on page 592. Text block is in very good condition. See More Details

    1872, American Publishing

    Hardcover, Fair

    Between the Covers-Rare Books

    HIGH

    Gloucester City, NJ, USA

    $150.00

  • 21. Extract From Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven By Mark Twain [Pseudonym].

    by Twain, Mark (Pseudonym Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens).

     

    Seller Description: Octavo, pp. [1-6] 1-120 [121] [122: blank], inserted frontispiece with illustration by Albert Levering, original pictorial red cloth, front panel stamped in black, blue and white, spine panel stamped in white. First edition. "Satirical fantasy of the afterlife which mocks the follies of religious fundamentalism and the absurdities which figure in popular images of paradise."-Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-343. An expanded version was published in REPORT FROM PARADISE (New York: Harper & ... See More Details

    1909, New York and London: Harper & Brothers,

    Hardcover

    LW Currey

    HIGH

    Elizabethtown, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 22. A Tramp Abroad

    by Mark Twain

     

    Seller Description: Very Good. 2nd Printing. "A Tramp Abroad" by Mark Twain. First edition, second state with "Titian's Moses" captioned, opposite Twain's frontispiece. Published by the American Publishing Company, Hartford, Connecticut, 1880. Thick octavo [6" x 9"], 631 pages. Illustrated with three hundred twenty-eight drawings. Bound in publisher's original brown pictoral cloth with gilt lettering and illustration. The book is in very good condition. Minor rubbing to the board with bumped corners. Fraying and ... See More Details

    1880, American Publishing Company

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Ernestoic Books

    AVERAGE

    Williamsville, NY, USA

    $150.00

  • 23. Christian Science With Notes Containing Corrections to Date

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: Very Good Minus. No Jacket. 8vo-7-3/4" x 5-1/4" Red cloth, gilt-stamped lettering on spine, gilt-stamped corn ears & TM medallion on front & blind-stamped on back, frontis., [iv], [1-3] 4-362pp, plus three inserted photo plates, with original tissue guard over the frontispiece. Five of the six usually cited FIRST STATE points of issue present: frontis. facsimile autograph & 1906, 17 titles, eight lines of type, standard W, autobiograyhy, fa'm-houses with broken r (not flawed in 1st state). Ref: ... See More Details

    1907, Harper & Brothers

    Hardcover, Good

    Gene's Books, member IOBA

    AVERAGE

    Stafford, KS, USA

    $150.00

  • 24. Fond Adventures, Tales of the Youth of the World

    by Hewlett, Maurice

     

    Seller Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. First Edition. Elizabeth Shippen Green frontispiece. Collection of short stories concerning mediaeval romances. Near Fine, some light foxing to page edges, in Very Good dustjacket, mild soiling, few nicks to edges. See More Details

    1905, Harper and Brothers

    Hardcover, Very Good

    Babylon Revisited Rare Books

    LOW

    Chicago, IL, USA

    $150.00

  • 25. A Tramp Abroad

    by Twain, Mark

     

    Seller Description: American Publ. Co., 1880; first edition, second state; octavo, 631pp with one page advertising The Innocents Abroad; frontispiece captioned Titian's Moses; numerous b/w illustrations; original cloth gilt blindstamped binding; head of spine is worn and fraying; base of spine and boards' corners are worn; strong binding and text block but some tearing at gutters of front and rear pastedowns and much separation after first signature; lower backstrip is separating from text block; foxing at ... See More Details

    Hardcover

    aptekarbooks

    LOW

    livingston, NJ, USA

    $150.00