Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book. Signed by Author(s) First edition after the printing of a limited edition of one thousand five hundred copies. This copy was inscribed by General Eisenhower on the fly leaf, to Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner. Dustjacket is very good, price clipped, slightly dirty with small tear & small stain on back. United States and Europe maps on endpapers. Book has slight wear at corners of spine.
Dennis, Wesley. Fine. No Jacket. Book Lovely copy in near fine tan paperboard slipcase with pasted plate. Apparently First Illustrated Edition. Illustrated End Papers. 9-3/4" x 6-5/8". 131 pp. Tan cloth with pasted plate on cover. Gold gilt lettering on blue background on spine. Endpapers decorated with beautiful water color painting by Wesley Dennis. Printed by Zeese-Wilkinson Co. According to The Beyer Collection at Princeton University Library, this is one of 3 variant copies published in ...
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, IN
Date published: 1959
Description: Rawson, Maurice. Good jacket. Ex-Library Childhood of Famous Americans series. Withdrawn from library, with usual library markings. Some tears to front and back flyleaf, with Brodart cover on dustjacket. A nice copy with bright, clean pages. read more
Binding: Trade Paperback
Publisher: Association Press / New Win Publishing, Inc., Clinton, NJ
Date published: 1978
Description: Fine. Book 174 pages with Epilogue. "The inspiring story of a man who turned his back on a fortune to launch a housing project in the Third World--and of ils dramatic significance as a new form of mission." read more
Edition: First Printing
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Publisher: DAW Books, Inc., New York
Date published: 1976
Description: D'Achille, Gino. Very Good. Book Stated First Printing, March, 1976. DAW No.185. UW1223. Cover price $1.50. Back cover states "A DAW Books Original--Never Before in Paperback" 364 pages plus 2 pages of ads. The tenth book of the saga of Tarl Cabot. "The Others were on the move! The Priest-Kings had received a message: 'Surrender Gor. ' The date had been set for conquest or destruction. Tarl Cabot could no longer linger in Port Kar--now he must act on behalf of the Priest-Kings, on behalf of Gor ... read more