I've been selling books online for 7 years, but I came to books as a collector first. Consequently I don't look at books as a commodity, but rather as treasures and items that bring unique pleasure and valuable feelings to those who collect them. So I do my best to describe my books accurately and ship them promptly in well-padded cardboard boxes. This dedication to service and accuracy was passed on to me by one of the first dealers I worked with, whose catalogues I couldn't wait to get in the mail, and whose books always arrived promptly, in good shape and in the condition described. And if things weren't right(very rarely), then he made them right, and that's what I do as well. I hope you can find something interesting in my collection.
Fine in Fine jacket. SIGNED SIGNED by Ian Rankin on the title page. First U.S. edition. Fine in Fine dustjacket. A scarce Rebus title, the U.S. 1st seems to be a much tougher find than the U.K. 1st, and scarcer yet SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Fifth book in the Rebus series.
Moser, Barry. As New. No Jacket, As Issued. Limited Edition. Large Quarto. SIGNED AND NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION Centenary Edition, 1985, limited to 350 numbered copies SIGNED by the artist and illustrator, Barry Moser, this being copy number 229. Forty-nine wood engravings by Barry Moser, with an additional accompanying suite of the prints also EACH SIGNED BY BARRY MOSER. Printed on Mohawk Letterpress, in full green morocco by E. Gray Parrot, and encased in publisher's linen slipcase and with ...
Very Good. No Jacket, As Issued. Very Good in brown printed wrappers, wrappers are chipped at corners of rear panel and worn at spine tips while contents remain remarkably clean and tight. Contains the 1st printing of Mark Twain's story "The Death-Disk", which was made into a silent film in 1909, directed by D.W. Griffith. Also contains "A Ward of Colonel Starbottle's", a story by Bret Harte, "The Coming of Peace" by Woodrow Wilson and illustrated by Howard Pyle, a story by Sarah Orne Jewett, ...
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Full Sheep
Publisher: F. Carr and Co., Charlottesville, Virginia
Date published: 1829
Description: Very Good. No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First Edition. 4 volumes. Engraved frontis portrait in Vol. I, 4 facsimiles( The facsimiles are bound into Volume IV of this set). Contemporary prior owner last name at top of title page each volume, and his full name top of one internal page each volume. Moderate foxing and staining throughout else all 4 volumes Very Good in original full sheep binding with red and green labels on gilt-panelled spines. "The earliest collection of the ... Read More