Small 8vo. VG/VG-. light green, yellow and illustrated DJ spine and front panel, under clear protective cover. tip and tail are much abraded and chipped, some chafing along DJ spine edges and panel edgewear also. price-clipped inside front panel and much surface wear to rear DJ panel. under clear protective cover. a bubblegum pink cloth HB spine with black lettering and spotted whitish at tip of HB cloth spine and in several spots, lines of cloth front and rear HB panels. inscribed by previous owner in ink on fep. few spots only to endpapers. top, bottom and foreedge show medium wear and soiling. 193 pp. Rockville.
Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. Signed by Author. 2nd edition. Some wear, soiling to the illustrated green boards; the front hinge is cracked; pages tanned, faint smoke odor; good book. Inscribed and signed by the author (and someone else), dated 1948. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Signed by Author. Inventory No: 107707.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Hardcopy. Signed by Author Author's signature under author's name on Title Page. Some edgewear to DJ. HC. "In January 1692 in Salem Village, Mass., two young girls began to suffer from inexplicable fits. Seventeen months later, after legal action had been taken against 144 people---20 of them put to death---the ignominious Salem witchcraft trials finally came to an end. "
Drath, Bill. Very good. Signed by author. Inscribed by author on fep. Cover has slight wear and soiling. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. Unpaginated [64 p. ] Illustrated. From a University website: "Mary Norton Kratt is an author of varied talents and whose chief interests centered on traditional Southern culture, which is evidenced in nearly all of her writing--documentary, essays, and poetry. According to a promotional flier she grew up in West Virginia, and was born there around 1937. She attended Charlotte Central High School. Later, she married Emil Kratt, and lawyer, and had three children. Kratt matriculated through Agnes Scott College and the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, receiving degrees in English literature from both schools. She later won the Blumenthal Writers and Readers Series twice, and the Fortner Writer-in-Community Award from St. Andrews College in 1994. She has also won the Brockman/Campbell Poetry Book Award. She has at least sixteen published books to her credit--on poetry, history and biography, all of which is centered around Southern life and culture." The illustrator was a retired Army officer who became a free-lance illustrator.
Michael Hague. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8¼" by 10¼" Signed by Illustrator Reprint of the classic story of very small people, newly illustrated, SIGNED by the illustrator on the title page. Very light wear, minor scuff on front endsheet; near fine. First edition, first printing with these illustrations, all in color.
Norton Peterson. Very Good. Book. Signed by Illustrator(s) Small octavo, brown cloth covered boards. Unpaginated. Illustrated by Norton Petersen. LIMITED EDITION 1/82 SIGNED by illustrateor NORTON PETERSON in pencil at colophon. A tight, clean, unmarked volume with very fresh bright pages and illustrations. Some small compression marks at top of front board and pastedown and practically colorless damp mark at top of front pastedown, else fine. Very good plus. SCARCE.
Hague, Michael. Signed by Hague Mustard-yellow covered boards with green cloth spine. Lettering on spine and illustration on front in gilt. Color illustrations throughout by Hague. Inscribed on title page by Michael Hague. 177 pages. A very fine and bright copy in fine and bright dust jacket.
Good in Good jacket. Ex-Library. Signed by Andre Norton. library imperfections, heavy shelf wear, pages toned, minor soiling on several pages, tape residue on free end pgs, DJ has wear, creases, light soiling, chips, spine sunned, covered in clear mylar.
Good in Fair jacket. Book. Inscribed by Author(s) Textblock is unmarked on lightly browned stock. Binding is tight. Textblock edges are dust-soiled. Green boards are lightly soiled around edges. Spine and corners are bumped. Dust jacket is not price-clipped. Jacket has shelf wear in the usual places with small pieces missing top of spine and front. Jacket has some soil. Pictured is Earth Person being persued by Dragon.
Octavo; vg+/vg; dj, gradated orange/green/purple colors on spine with white lettering. HB, red cloth spine with black text; SIGNED BY AUTHOR, ffep; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 221 pp.; dj, [BRO-DART]; else very good. SHELVED IN MODERN FIRST EDITIONS CONSIGNMENT: TAG TO ALLAN. Dupont.
Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine in red, illustration to upper board and spine in red. With the dust jacket. Illustrated by Diana Stanley. An excellent copy, with likewise dust jacket with just a hint of spotting to the rear panel and verso. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front of the frontis, " Miss Rhodes, wishing you a happy Christmas and in appreciation of your interest, Mary Norton." Also laid in is a letter from the publisher addressed to Miss Rhodes of Hatchards, thanking her for her support of the title, dated same year as publication. Winner of the 1952 Carnegie Medal, on the 70th anniversary celebration of the medal in 2007, The Borrowers was named one of the top ten Medal-winning works.
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