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The Book Case takes great care in selection of inventory, almost entirely in Very Good or better condition. We package with care, generally with cardboard and bubble wrap, often in a box. Feel free to request a box or provide any special instructions, such as in the case with a gift item. We strive to answer any questions and emails immediately.
Fine. Like new covers and gilt page edges, possibly read once with extreme care. Clean as new. 821 p. Easton Press 100 Greatest Books Ever Written Leatherbound Collector's Edition, with silk moire endpapers, gilt edges, bound in ribbon marker. Illustrated by John Austen.
Fine. Gently handled, clean as new, faintest hint of scuffs on top gilt edges. Excellent condition all around. 316 p. Easton Press Collector's Library of Famous Editions. Bound in genuine leather, with silk ribbon marker, moire fabric endpapers, hubbed spine. Translated by Ellen Marriage. Introduced by Francois Mauriac. Illustrated by Rene ben Sussan. Commissioned in 1947. Notes from the Archives slip included.
Very good. Signed by author. Few minor spots on covers, page edges. Book is solid, no marks in text. Title page is signed by the author and dated 1-17-86 The true day-to-day experiences of the federal soldiers at Newport Barracks during the Civil War: from the Lt. Col. Valentine Barney letters. The attack of Newport Barracks by Rebel Gen. Martin. The Court-Martial of Capt. Russell H. Conwell. The true location of Newport Barracks.
Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. Binding is very solid, book is clean. Dust jacket has just slight shelf wear. Signed on the title page. 4th printing. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 209 pages. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy
Date published: 1956
Description: Previous owner's name stamp to front endpaper, else very clean, untanned, binding is very tight. Board edges have some wear, small splits on the front. Jacket has moderate edgewear, rubbing, small chips, faint dampstaining to spine ends. Flap price of $3.00 intact. First printing. Forbidden Planet is based on the MGM Cinemascope and color production of the same name, starring Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis and Leslie Nielsen. Screenplay written by Cyril Hume, from the story by Irving Block and ... Read More
Publisher: Wren Publishing, Hopwood, PA
Date published: 2000
Description: Extremely clean and solid copy in like new dust jacket. 179 p. The last page, a title page/dedication page is inscribed to: Linda, Nice meeting you. Enjoy the book! Renelda Anne Thomas. This is a powerful love story that centers around a male character that uses a pen and paper as his outlet, to release his feelings and express what he needs to say to the one he loves. Read More
Publisher: Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY
Date published: 1990
Description: Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. 6.5" x 9.25" 194 pp. Book is clean, straight and tight. Bottom edge has a black remainder dot. The dustjacket has just a little rubbing. "Between 1870 and 1920, the clerical sector of the U.S. economy grew more rapidly than any other. Sons and Daughters of Labor reassesses the existence and significance of the 'collar line' between white-collar and blue-collar occupations during this period of clerical work's greatest expansion and the beginning of its ... Read More
Binding: Trade Paperback
Publisher: Ridgeway Press, Roseville, MI
Date published: 2002
Description: Very Good. Signed by Author Second printing. 5.5" x 8.25" 149 pp. Signed by the author on the title page-Best to you, Larry Smith. Covers have a little edgewear, pages are lightly fanned. Binding is still quite tight. "Milldust and Roses is a beautiful tapestry, the substance of which describes an Ohio Valley working-class family from the mid-century onward. Smith is an accomplished poet, teacher, and biographer. But these memoirs are not about his life as a poet, but about the metamorphosis of ... Read More
Description: 2nd printing. Pages are clean, binding is extremely tight, tiny bit of wear on lower text edge. Dustjacket has just the slightest edgewear. Signed by the author on the title page. With wonderful delicacy and subtle insight and intimation, McCabe creates Mr. Patrick 'Pussy' Braden, the enduringly and endearingly hopeful hero(ine) whose gutty survival and yearning quest for love resonate in and drive the glimmering, agonizing narrative in which the Troubles are a distant and immediate echo and ... Read More
Edition: 2nd edition
Binding: Trade Paperback
Publisher: Medium Rare Books, Anaheim, CA
Date published: 2003
Description: Very Good. Binding is tight, book is very clean, slight wear to covers. Signed by author. First printing. 267 pp. The title page is signed-To Debbie, Thanks for reading, Listen to who's in your head. M. Stephen Lukac. Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Walker & Co.
Date published: 2004
Description: O'Malley, Kevin. Very Good+ in Very Good jacket. Signed by Illustrator First printing. Dustjacket has minor shelf wear, a few small light creases. Binding is in excellent condition, pages are just lightly thumbed. The book is inscribed by Kevin O'Malley, to Claire, on the back of the front endpaper. The signature includes a drawing of a cartoon character face and covers the whole page. Read More