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Publisher: Boston, Estes & Lauriat: 1895
Seller ID: 6342
Condition: Very Good; Blue decorated boards with black lettering. All books straight and tight with edge browning, light cover wear and soiling. Vol 1 (Pop-Guns) has gift inscription to front pastedown. Vol 2 (One Big) has small tear bottom of front endpaper. Vols 3 & 4 (All Sorts; Funny) have water stain to bottom edge, affecting bottom corner of front board. Vol 6 (Post-Office) has stain to back board near spine edge and marker stripe at spine heel.
By: Banville, John
Publisher: New York, Knopf: 2005
Seller ID: 7237
Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket; Booker Prize winner. Unread book with small tear to spine end.
By: Bass, Rick
Publisher: New York, W. W. Norton & Co: 1989
Seller ID: 559
Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket; First book of fiction by the Montana author well-known for his writings in the field of natural history. Jacket protected in mylar.
Publisher: Norwalk, Easton Press: 1977
Seller ID: 4691
Condition: Fine; Full burgundy leather with all edges gilt. Decorated front board and spine; burgundy moire endpapers and burgundy ribbon marker still in place as from publisher.
By: Benchley, Robert
Publisher: New York, Henry Holt: 1921
Seller ID: 4845
Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket; This is Benchley's first collection of essays, which starts off with the classic piece The Social Life of the Newt. Lacking the rare jacket, but a very nice copy with uniform page browning and minor edge wear.
By: Bessie, Alvah
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston: 1980
Seller ID: 7346
Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket; Alvah Bessie was imprisoned for 10 months and blacklisted for being one of the Hollywood Ten brought up before the HUAC. Jacket is rumpled with edge wear.
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown: 1972
Seller ID: 7347
Condition: Near Fine in Good dust jacket; Review copy of the First American Edition, with publisher's card laid in. Translated from the French by Len Ortzen. Publishing date 1/11/72 written on the front endpaper. Jacket has edge wear and small chips; spine faded from brown to light blue, but titles only slightly faded.
Publisher: New York, Random House: 1994
Seller ID: 7431
Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket; Light edge wrinkles to jacket.
Publisher: New York, Twelve: 2008
Seller ID: 7432
Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket; Small bump top corner; light edge wrinkles to jacket.
Publisher: New York, Scribner: 1988
Seller ID: 722
Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket; Translated by Lanie Goodman. Small red dot bottom edge. Jacket has small wrinkle bottom edge of back panel, and is protected in mylar.
By: Carter, Sarah C.
Publisher: Boston, J. Buffum: 1853
Seller ID: 6526
Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Red boards with gilt lettering and decoration, all edges gilt. Minor rubbing and wear to boards. Foxing to endpapers and edges and various areas throughout. Yellow highlighter mark to pg 66; short gift inscription front endpaper.
Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill: 1938
Seller ID: 5956
Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Gray boards with blue titles. Book is straight and tight with light soiling to top edge and tiny tear to spine head. Jacket has edge wear with small chips and tears to back panel.
By: Dryden, John
Publisher: London, Sam Briscoe: 1711
Seller ID: 6309
Binding: Quarter Leather
Condition: Very Good; This is the first volume of a four-volume set. Complete sets are exceedingly rare, with the last recorded sale at auction in the 1940's. Important for containing Dryden's Life of Lucian. With an engraving of the bust of Lucian by W. Faithorne facing engraved title page. (MacDonald 141) Repaired shallow chip to first page ; negligible foxing. Rebound by Starr Bookworks in quarter-leather with marbled-paper boards. Spine details: tooled rich brown leather with burgundy label, four raised bands and titles in gilt. Two small scratches to label.
Publisher: Boston, John W. Luce and Company: 1917
Seller ID: 6549
Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Black cloth spine over brown paper boards; gilt spine and front cover lettering. Edge wear down to cardboard at corners; front hinge cracked but holding. Prior owner name on front endpaper; stamp on contents page: Property of Mills College of Education (with address) . Contains The Tents of the Arabs, The Laughter of the Gods, The Queen's Enemies, and A Night at the Inn.
By: Eliot, George
Publisher: Boston, Ticknor & Fields: 1868
Seller ID: 6677
Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Brown cloth boards with gilt spine and front board lettering. Book is still strong, although frayed at spine ends and worn at corners, with water damage to the corner of back board.
Publisher: Boston, James R. Osgood & Co: 1875
Seller ID: 4020
Binding: Three-Quarter Leathe
Condition: Good; New and Revised Edition. Text edges marbled. 3/4 leather with marbled paper-covered boards. Both volumes have corner wear, spine edges worn, darkened, and crackled. Volume 2 has broken front hinge and a cracked backstrip. Leather labels have been replaced. Prior owner name in both.
Publisher: Portland, Thomas B. Mosher: 1903
Seller ID: 4842
Condition: Very Good; From an edition of 925 copies printed on Van Gelder paper. Old World Series. Sun darkening to spine.