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Book Description: London and New York: Jonathan Cape, The Armchair Detective Library, and Hodder & Stoughton 1968–2002, 2002. 28 volumes, 0ctavo. Original cloth. With the dust jackets. Colonol Sun, near fine, dust jacket nicked to corners, James Bond and the Spy Who Loved Me, fine in fine price clipped dust jacket, James Bond and Moonraker, light abrasion to head of front free endpaper, fine dust jacket, Licence Renewed, Icebreaker, Win, Lose or Die, Seafire, Man from Barbarossa, price clipped, Goldeneye, fine in fine dust jacket, Licence to Kill, bumped to spine, otherwise near fine in fine dust jacket, all the Raymond Benson titles are fine in fine dust jackets. First editions, first impressions except Goldeneye, first hardback edition. A complete set of novels and screenplays by the first four authors to carry on the James Bond franchise after Ian Fleming's death. Bookseller Inventory # 80979

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The Tempest an Opera the Words Taken from Shakespear (sic).

Smith, John Christopher (1712-1795)
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Book Description: London, I. Walsh, [1756], 1756. Complete and in fine condition with untrimmed edges, folio, engraved title leaf and index leaf, 110 pages fully engraved music score with lyrics. Gray paper wraps (back wrap partial) Purportedly written by David Garrick (who disclaimed authorship), this score, written by a pupil and friend of Handel, is exceptionally uncommon with only 5 US holdings (not including Yale) and 3 UK holdings. Bookseller Inventory # 2300

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Heart's Desire. Inscribed by me: Chrysilla von Dansdorf.

Chrysilla von Dansdorf [Christopher Sandford], with engravings by John Buckland-Wright:
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Book Description: [Golden Cockerel Press] 'for Private Circulation Only', [1939]., Paris:, 1939. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good plus. Limited Edition, #31/70 copies. 43pp. Exquisitely printed pages, with the eight erotic copper engravings by Buckland-Wright. With no soiling, wear or marks to the contents, except for the small neat erratum correction to the footnote on p.42, and some very light surface damage to the front pastedown, visible only in certain lights, as if a bookplate had been very skilfully removed. Top edge gilt, 25.9x19.3cms, in the original quarter binding of purple-red calf, spine titled gilt, with patterned paper boards. Spine sunned, otherwise clean and bright, a few tiny scuff marks discernible to boards. Handsomely conserved and presented in a new solander box covered in silver Tsarina Crush silk cloth, titled in gilt to the spine and lined with cherry-red cotton velvet. Overall size 28.9x21.5x3cms. A very nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 19393111

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21st Editions Journal of Contemporary Photography Volume 1 (One/I), Limited Edition (Deluxe Edition)

FAUCON, Bernard, KENNA, Michael, GONZALEZ PALMA, Luis, CARTER, Keith, WRIGHT, Holly, SKOGLUND, Sandy, KLETT, Mark, STURGES, Jock, MICHALS, Duane, RUBEN, Ernestine, BAILLY-MAITRE-GRAND, Patrick, MIDDLEBROOK, Willie, METOYER, John, PARKER, Olivia, BASKIN, Leonard, WOOD, John, WILBUR, Richard, TURNER, Frederick, STAUFFER, John, BENNETTE, John, MAHONEY, Christopher, STILGOE, John, COLEMAN, A.D., TUCKER, Anne Wilkes, ZIMMER, Paul, BUTLER, Robert Olen, CREECH, Morri, PESCHIARA, Raúl, MEAUX, Kevin, FLEURY, Amy, BEATTIE, Ann, KAPLAN, Daile, GIOIA, Dan, SOUTHALL, Thomas W., REED, Rixon, STEVENSON, John, BETHEL, Denise, SPEER, Lance, THOMAS, R.S., ALBAHARI, Steven
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Book Description: Leo & Wolfe Photography, Inc. and 21st Editions, South Dennis, Massachusetts, Brewster, Massachusetts, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. Price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply. First edition, first printing Limited edition of 235 signed and numbered copies (this being copy number 95). Signed in pencil on the limitation page by Bernard Faucon, Michael Kenna, Luis González Palma, Keith Carter, Holly Wright, Sandy Skoglund, Mark Klett, Jock Sturges, Duane Michals, Ernestine Rubin, Patrick Mailly-Maître-Grand, Willie Middlebrook, John Metoyer, Olivia Parker, Steven Albahari and Leonard Baskin. Hardcover. Fine black Japanese silk-covered boards with title stamped in black on cover, with burgundy quarter Morocco goatskin binding, no dust jacket as issued. The book is contained in a handmade black Japanese silk cloth-covered basswood clamshell box. Hand-pulled bound photogravures by Bernard Faucon, Michael Kenna, Luis González Palma, Keith Carter, Holly Wright, Sandy Skoglund, Mark Klett, Jock Sturges, Duane Michals, Ernestine Rubin, Patrick Mailly-Maître-Grand, Willie Middlebrook, John Metoyer, Olivia Parker and Steven Albahari, and one original bound woodblock print by Leonard Baskin. Essays by John Wood, Steven Albahari, Leonard Baskin, Frederick Turner, Jahn Stauffer, John Bennette, Christopher Mahoney, John Stilgoe, A.D. Coleman, Anne Wilkes Tucker, Paul Zimmer, Duane Michals, Robert Olen Butler, Amy Fleury, Ann Beattie, Daile Kaplan, Dana Gioia, Thomas W. Southall, Rixon Reed, John Stevenson, Denise Bethel and Lance Speer. Poems by Richard Wilbur, Morri Creech, Raúl Peschiera, Kevin Meaux and R. S. Thomas. Conversation with Holly Wright by Ann Beattie. Includes notes on the contributors. Designed by Paul McMenamin. 218 pp., with 15 hand-pulled bound photogravures by Jon Goodman Photogravure, one bound woodcut and 32 tritone plates exquisitely printed on Mohawk Superfine matt art paper by The Stinehour Press, Lunenburg, Vermont. Book measures 15-1/4 x 13-3/4 inches, clamshell box is 16-7/8 x 14-3/4 inches. CONDITION: New (a Mint flawless copy). Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 102090

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pendulum

christopher, john
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Book Description: Simon & Schuster, 1968. hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Simon & Schuster, 1968, First Edition, cloth hardback, retired from suburban library, expected imperfections, still a very clean, attractive copy. Bookseller Inventory # 173779

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Book Description: New York: New Directions/Random House/Studio Duplicating Service, Inc., 1945–71, 1945. 4 works, 3 octavo, 1 quarto. Works 1-3: original cloth with the dust jackets; work 4 bound in a blue leatherette folder by the printers. Works 1-3 all in excellent condition; work 4 with the binding worn, but still very good overall. Works 2 and 3 with photographic illustrations reproducing images from the productions. An excellent set tracing the origins of the musical film Cabaret (1972), from Christopher Isherwood's original Berlin Stories (this the first collected edition printing both stories), through a first edition of Van Druten's play adaptation (first performed at the Empire Theatre, New York, November 28 1951), and a first edition of Harold Price's musical adaptation (first performed at the Broadhurst Theatre, New York, November 20 1966), to a revised first draft of the screenplay for the film, written by Jay Presson Allen (one of the few female screenwriters of her day), with a number of manuscript corrections to the text including a lyrical expansion of the song "Tomorrow Belongs to Me". The hand is unidentified, but may well be Allen's or that of her friend and fellow screenwriter Hugh Wheeler (later of Sweeney Todd fame), to whom Allen handed the script when relations between her and the director Bob Fosse soured. Bookseller Inventory # 81023

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Book Description: Sudbury & Humble c.1614, London, 1614. Rare first state of the map. This handsome map from Speed's "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine", after Jodocus Hondius 1610 engraving, was described by Christopher Saxton and augmented by John Speed in 1612. This striking map of England has along its side decorative costume figures and a detailed table of all the Shires and other important location of England., Size : 385x515 (mm), 15.16x20.28 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good, some skillful reinforcement of the folds. Bookseller Inventory # M7656

Book Description: Printed by Thomas Milbourn for the Author, London, 1689. First English Language Edition. 8], 440 [444], [4], 220, 92, [11] p. 37 cm. 7 full-page engraved plates, two in-text woodcut illustrations, and a few decorations. Full panelled leather. Full panelled leather. Rebacked with repaired corners and edges. Inside repairs to hinges, top of title page, last few pages, and rear pastedown. Second last page of index cut off at top. Tears to two plates, opposite pp. 189 and 337 in first part. Ink and pencil notations or marks throughout. Occasional small tears and chips. Some thumbing and staining. Last two pages have worm holes at bottom. Johann Rudolph Glauber (1604-70) was a self-taught scientist responsible for many practical advances in chemistry, the most important being the invention of improved distilling furnaces. A great traveller, he explored Europe widely and in the process discovered a mineral spring, the salts of which still bear his name, Glauber's salts. He also encouraged Germans to make better use of their natural resources in the large work entitled "The Prosperity of Germany." He had other talents as well, having manufactured mirrors, studied wine production, and worked as an apothecary who provided free medical treatment for the poor. Glauber's influence eventually spread throughout Europe, hence this English edition of his works. Nevertheless, he was little appreciated in his own lifetime and died in poverty. Translator Christopher Packe, himself a chemist and physician, worked under the patronage of Robert Boyle, whose name appears on the list of subscribers. Another subscriber is William Penn, presumably the founder of Pennsylvania. Bookseller Inventory # 105177

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Book Description: John Moore, London, 1740. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. [frontispiece and 4 engravings][4] xxiv, pp 1-338, [2], 156 A subscriber's copy of the first edition of Ward's Gresham College, inscribed and aggressively annotated by Christopher Wren, self-appointed protector of his father Sir Christopher Wren's reputation as summarised by Ward in this work. The book is bound in handsome twentieth century speckled calf, gilt, with new endpapers and a little trimming to the textblock. Christopher Wren who oversaw the topping out of his father's masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral, in 1710 helped shape his father's reputation in his old age, collaborating on 'Parentalia, or, Memoirs of the family of the Wrens' which only appeared after his own death. It is no surprise therefore to find his printed name in the Subscribers' list of a book intimately involved with his father's life, and his ownership signature: 'E Libris Chr.i Wren' on the title page. Wren's annotations are amusingly dismissive about his own son, Stephen Wren (later the editor of Parentalia) as 'a rare fool' and he is equally critical of Ward's attempt to profile Sir Christopher, noting in the index against Ward's account of his 'person and character' that 'Both of these awkwardly and foolishly Described' and that the biography is: 'nothing to the purpose'. Ward's interpretation of his forebears attracts particular ire from the annotator who observes: 'His Descent which from this Book is made out to be none at all'. The pattern of annotation appears to have continued in the book after Wren's death with a note about the disposal of the long lost lunar globe devised by Sir Christopher Wren, that 'it was afterwards sold at a publick auction by his Grandson Stephen Wren' as well as other marginalia. Sir Christopher Wren's biographer Lisa Jardine has described him as 'an outstandingly gifted individual born at a defining moment in English history [whose] diverse talents were more exceptional by far than a single building, however magnificent, could convey'. This remarkable Wren family association copy allows the process of reputation building to be laid bare. Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more information about this book. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 002110

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The Thirty-Nine Steps (The World's Classics)

John Buchan, Christopher Harvie (Editor)
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Book Description: Oxford University Press, USA. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0192829912

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Westlife

Michael-Anne Johns, Christopher Patrick
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Book Description: Scholastic. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0439251893

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The Nebuly Coat (Oxford Paperback Reference)

John Meade Falkner, Christopher Hawtree (Editor)
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Book Description: Oxford University Press, USA. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0192816128

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New Found Land

John Christopher
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Book Description: Dutton Juvenile. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0525440496

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Asia Pacific Business Travel Guide/1993

John Woods, Gary Gimson, Christopher Long (Editor)
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Book Description: Priory Pubns Ltd. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1871985137

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Book Description: Thomas Milbourn, for the Author, London, UK, 1689. Full Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. Contained in this beautifully rebound leather volume are Johann Rudolph Glauber's Twenty-Six Treatises, in Three Parts including the Index. Translated into English by Christopher Packe. Contents of the First Part include: Philosophical Furnaces (in Five Parts), Mineral Work (in Three Parts), An Apology Against "the Lying Calumnies of Christopher Farnner", Miraculum Mundi (The Mercury of Philosophers), A Treatise of the Nature of Salts, A Treatise of the Signature of Salts, Metals and Planets, The Consolation of Navigators, The Prosperity of Germany (ends the First Part); The Second Part of Glauber's Works is broken down into Five Centuries, or the Wealthy Store-House of Treasures, followed by Novum Lumen Chymicum, or a New Chemical Light; A Spagyrical Pharmacopoea, Libellus Ignium or Book of Fires. The Third Part of Glauber's Works contain: A Treatise of the Three Principles of Metals, A Short Book of Dialogues, A Short Exposition upon the Hellish Goddess Proserpina (The Goddess of Riches), Elias the Artist, Of the Three most Noble Stones generated by the Three Secret Fires, The Purgatory of Philosophers, Secret Fire of Philosophers, and finally A Treatise of the Animal- Stone. This is followed by the Index which ends with an Advertisement of Books Published by the Author. Contains nine engravings of various wooden vessels and furnaces, a small, in-text table illustrating the Celestial Lights and two diagrams, one of which was altered from a fold-out to a full page during re-binding. One fragile engraving has been reinforced with binding paper. Frontispiece appears twice; once before page 97 and also before page 188 as intended by the notes written above the engravings. Water damage to various sections though there is no mildew present and pages do not stick. Small tear to page 151 though the text is still legible. Bookplate of James Edward Urquhart Esq. affixed to paste down end paper. This is a beautifully rebound volume and we welcome your inquiries regarding this incredible book. Bookseller Inventory # tr001520

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Books on Gardens, Garden Design and Picturesque 51 books set.

Hunt,John Dixon, Christopher Thacker, et al.
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Book Description: Various publishers. Various binding. Book Condition: Very Good. (1)Adams,William Howard: The French Garden 1500-1800. (2)Berlanda,Paolo: Der Steingarten; Alpenpflanzen zu Hause. (3)Berrall,Julia S.: The Garden. (4)Beuchert,Marianne: Die Garten Chinas. (5)Charlesworth,Michael: The English Garden. In 3 vols. (6)Clevely,A. M.: Topiary. (7)Coats,Peter: Great Gardens of Britain. (8)Cobbett,William: The English Gardener. (9)Cowell,F. R.: The Garden as a Fine Art. (10)Crowe,Sylvia & Haywood,Sheila: The Gardens of Mughul India. (11)Feltwell,John: The Naturalist's Garden. (12)Gillespie,Gerald: Garden and Labyrinth of Time. (13)Griessmair,Brigitte & Kompatscher,Anneliese: Vielgeliebter Bauerngarten. (14)Harvey,John: Mediaeval Gardens. (15)Hennebo,Dieter: Garten des Mittelalters. (16)Holme,Charles: The Gardens of England. (17)Hunt,John Dixon: The Figure in the Landscape. (18)Hunt,John Dixon: Gardens and the Picturesque. (19)Huxley,Anthony: An Illustrated History of Gardening. (20)Jacques,David: Georgian Gardens. (21)Jarrett,David: The English Landscape Garden. (22)King,Ronald: The Quest for Paradise. (23)Lehrman,Jonas: Earthly Paradise. (24)Lehrman,Jonas: Earthly Paradise. (25)Littlefield,Susan & Schinz,Marina (text): Visions of Paradise. (26)MacDougall,Elisabeth B. & Jashemski,Wilhelmina F. ed.: Ancient Roman Gardens. (27)MacDougall,Elisabeth B. & Miller,Naomi: Fons Sapientiae. (28)Mack,Maynard: The Garden and the City. (29)Masson,Georgina: Italian Gardens. (30)Miller,Naomi: Heavenly Caves. (31)Moore,Charles W. & Mitchell,William J. & Turnbull,Jr.,William: The Poetics of Gardens. (32)Mosser,Monique & Teyssot,Georges ed.: The History of Garden Design. (33)Moynihan,Elizabeth B.: Paradise as a Garden. (34)Nan,Chung Wah: The Art of Chinese Gardens. (35)Pereire,Anita & Zuylen,Gabrielle van: Gardens of France. (36)Phillips,C.E. Lucas & Barber,Peter N.: The Rothschild Rhododendrons. (37)Plumptre,George: Collins Book of British Gardens. (38)Racine,Michel & J.-P.,Ernest & Mougenot,Boursier & Binet,Fran?oise: The Gardens of Provence and the French Riviera. (39)Rohde,Eleanour Sinclair: Garden-Craft in the Bible. (40)Spens,Michael: The Complete Landscape Desings and Gardens of Geoffrey Jellicoe. (41)Stiff,Ruth L. A.: Flowers from the Royal Gardens of Kew. (42)Strong,Roy: The Renaissance Garden in England. (43)Thacker,Christopher: The Genius of Gardening. (44)Thacker,Christopher: The History of Gardens. (45)Thomas,Graham Stuart: Gardens of the National Trust. (46)Watts,Peter: Historic Gardens of Victoria. (47)Wharton,Edith: Italian Villas. (48)Whittle,Elisabeth: The Historic Gardens of Wales. (49)Wiebenson,Dora: The Picturesque Garden in France. (50)Wieder,Laurance (Selected and Edited): King Solomon's Garden. (51)Wilber,Donald Newton: Persian Gardens and Garden Pavilions. Bookseller Inventory # 402872

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Aaliyah: More Than a Woman

Farley, Christopher John
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Book Description: Paw Prints 2008-10-04, 2008. Book Condition: Very Good. Reprint. N/A. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP70148124

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Cambridge Poetry, 1929.

CAMBRIDGE POETS.) SALTMARSHE, Christopher; John Davenport; Basil Wright (eds.)
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Book Description: [London:] Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press, 1929, 1929. Octavo. Original blue-grey paper boards, titles and decoration printed in black. Covers a little faded, an excellent copy. First edition, first impression. With the erratum slip loosely inserted. No. 8 in the Hogarth Living Poets, First Series and the last volume in this series to have the Vanessa Bell designed covers. One of the contributors George Reavey's copy, signed by him and 19 of the contributors on the endpapers, including Richard Everhart, T. H. White, William Empson, Robin Fedden, Ronald Bottrall and others. Woolmer 189. Bookseller Inventory # 46117

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ERAGON

Paolini (Christopher)
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Book Description: Knopf, New York, 2003. Quarter Linen. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. John Jude Panancar (illustrator). First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Signed first trade edition, first printing/first impression of Christopher Paolini's first book in the Inheritance Trilogy. This fine first edition published by Knopf in August 2003 is bound in blue card with quarter black linen and gold titles on the spine. The fine dust jacket is protected in Brodart jacket protector and is not price clipped. The book and jacket are both unblemished and the only writing is on the title page where Christopher Paolini's signed with date '03. The book has blue maps of Alagaesia on the end papers with layout similar to Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. The jacket has a dramatic illustration of Eragon's dragon by John Jude Panancar. Eragon has been released on Film with Jeremy Irons and Edward Speleers in the title role. The book has 509 pages A superb, as new copy of this very collectible debut fantasy novel by a very young author. "May your swords stay sharp". Shipped by Royal Mail Special Delivery or Airsure with Insurance paid at no additional cost to Abebooks standard shippping rate. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000071

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EUSTON STATION (Through Time)

John Christopher
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Book Description: Amberley. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1445605295

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Oxford Textbook of Trauma and Orthopaedics

Bulstrode, Christopher; Wilson-MacDonald, James; Eastwood, Deborah M.; McMaster, John; Fairbank, Jeremy; Singh, Parminder J.; Bawa, Sandeep; Gikas, Panagoitis D.; Bunker, Tim; Giddins, Grey; Blyth, Mark; Stanley, David; Cooke, Paul H.; Carrington, Richard; Calder, Peter; Wordsworth, Paul; Briggs, Tim
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Book Description: Hardback. Book Condition: Como nuevo / As New. 1,800. Bookseller Inventory # 40036838

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Ferrari 166 to F50GT - the Racing Berlinettas (SIGNED)

Starkey, John & Christopher Renwick & Philippe Olczyk
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Book Description: Renwick & Sarkey, Ltd., San Diego, CA, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Limited Edition. Fine condition book in a Very Good condition DJ. Slipcase is in Very Good condition. Bound in maroon leather. 178 of 200 copies. SIGNED on the title page. Slipcase is lightly rubbed at the corners. ; 1.6 x 9.6 x 8.5 Inches; 366 pages; Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 302847

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Book Description: Fleece Press, Upper Denby, Huddersfield, 2004. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine. Hard Cover. Deluxe Edition. 45 of 54 deluxe copies which include two tipped-in color prints and a signed loose print of Cafe Dansant No. 2. Laid in is a signed typed letter from printer Simon Laurence on his letterhead dated October 12th, 2003. This the fourth book in the John Buckland Wright series printed by the Fleece Press. It contains the "free" or autonomous prints not published in the previous volumes including book illustrations, commercial work and designs for cards, announcements and publishers'; marks. It addition it features a descriptive account of all the rejected and unfinished blocks in the studio. A description and printed examples of Wright';s experiments with color which culminated in two engravings "The Blue Dress" (1952) and "The Red Room" (1952) are also included; Wright died before completely finishing the latter. Before the printing of this book, neither of these engravings had been editioned. A print of Wright';s larger wood engraving, Cafe Dansant No. 2 (1930) accompanies several of the volumes in this series including this one. Fine in quarter vellum with patterned paper boards and gilt title to spine. Pristine interior with many tipped-in illustrations, some of which are in color. Printed in Modern No. 7 type set at Whittington by Peter Sanderson on Magnani Avorio Biblos paper and bound by Smith Settle. The tipped-in reproductions were printed in Sheffield by J.W. Northend Fine Print. The print and book are housed in a fine orange cloth clamshell box with paper title label to spine. 71 pages. PRI/122409. Bookseller Inventory # 22840

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Book Description: Upper Denby, The Fleece Press. 2004., 2004. Signed limited edition; Folio; specially bound in quarter vellum and patterned paper derived from an original design by the artist. Original drop-back box. Signed by Christopher Buckland Wright. Edition of 300 copies, this is one of 54 special copies containing an extra print of Cafe Dansant No.2 in a separate portfolio and with two prints mounted in the book. The two prints are The Blue Dress and The Red Room. Buckland Wright was in the process of finishing the latter at the time of his death. Both are beautifully printed by Ian Mortimer. Neither of these prints has been previously editioned and they reflect his experiments with colour printing. Fourth in a series of books printed by the Fleece Press to show the blocks left in the artist's studio at his death in 1954. The paper used is Magnani avorio Biblos. Bound by Smith Settle, Otley. Seventeen colour plates tipped in and thirty-six black and white block illustrations. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 1671

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The Politics of South India 1920-1937 (Cambridge South Asian Studies)

Christopher John Baker
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Book Description: Cambridge University Press. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX052120755X

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Columbia Literary Series (Deluxe Issue)

Spoken Word Records - Steinbeck, John, Capote, Truman, Maugham, Somerset, Ferber, Edna, Porter, Katherine Anne, Collier, John, Sitwell, Edith, Saroyan, William, Sitwell, Osbert, Isherwood, Christopher and Sitwell, Sacheverell
(Woodbridge, CT, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Columbia Records, No Place, 1953. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. Deluxe issue of this collection of spoken word recordings housed in original leather attache case and including a book describing the readings on each record. Contains eleven of the twelve original long play 33 1/3 records (lacking the Aldous Huxley). Book in fine condition. Records a bit dusty but look to be in exceptional condition. Original printed sleeves show small splits and tears. Leatherbound case lacks original closing snaps. Sold as-is. A near complete set of these rare recordings. Steinbeck reads The Snake and Johnny Bear. Capote reads Children On Their Birthdays. Isherwood reads from A Berlin Diary. etc. Series edited by Goddard Lieberson. Rare. Bookseller Inventory # 11113

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Spaceways #1-30 (#1.1-#4.7) (November 1938-September 1942) [30 issues, all published]

Warner, Harry (ed.); H.P. Lovecraft, Robert A. Heilein, John W. Campbell Jr., Frederik Pohl, August Derleth, Damon Knight, John Christopher, Cyril Kornbluth, Seabury Quinn, James Blish, Hannes Bok, L. Sprague de Camp, Lester del Rey, Amelia Reynolds Long, Donald A. Wollheim, Bob (Wilson) Tucker, Forrest J Ackerman, Eric Frank Russell, Ralph Milne Farley, F. Orlin Tremaine, Sam Moskowitz, Robert W. Lowndes, Julius Schwartz, Mary Gnaedinger, J. Harvey Haggard, Jack Chapman Miske, Gerry de la Ree, et al.
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Book Description: Spaceways / Harry Warner Jr., Hagerstown, MD, U.S.A., 1938. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. "One of the leading amateur journals of the period" (Sam Moskowitz, The Immortal Storm, p. 199). Ranked at the top of most polls for best fanzine of the era. Features contributions by H.P. Lovecraft, Robert A. Heilein, John W. Campbell Jr., Frederik Pohl, August Derleth, Damon Knight, John Christopher, Cyril Kornbluth, Seabury Quinn, James Blish, Hannes Bok, L. Sprague de Camp, Lester del Rey, Amelia Reynolds Long, Donald A. Wollheim, Bob (Wilson) Tucker, Forrest J Ackerman, Eric Frank Russell, Ralph Milne Farley, F. Orlin Tremaine, Sam Moskowitz, Robert W. Lowndes, Julius Schwartz, Mary Gnaedinger, J. Harvey Haggard, Jack Chapman Miske, Gerry de la Ree, and many others. Also includes a color facsimile of the cover for the unpublished 31st issue. See Pavlat & Evans, Fanzine Index, pp. 112-113. Overall, a Very Good set. Sold as a set only. Extra shipping charges may apply. Bookseller Inventory # 005722

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The White Mountains (The Tripods, Book No. 2)

Christopher, John
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Book Description: Collier Books. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Good. 0020427115 Item in good condition and ready to ship!. Bookseller Inventory # Z0020427115Z3

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Buckaroo Banzai (Original screenplay for the 1984 film, prop master's copy)

Richter, W.D. (director, producer); Earl Mac Rauch (screenwriter); Peter Weller, Jeff Goldblum, John Lithgow, Ellen Barkin, Christopher Lloyd (starring)
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Book Description: Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles, 1984. Shooting Script for the 1984 film (here titled simply, "Buckaroo Banzai"). Property Master Erik Nelson's copy, with his first name in red on the title page ("Erik's"), profusely annotated throughout with notes on numerous unusual props that were required for the film. Copy number (0000052) stamped in black ink on the title page and several other pages throughout. Despite mixed reviews and a disastrous initial release that dumped the film into theaters for a week in the midst of the 1984 Summer Olympics, "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eight Dimension" went on to become one of the major cult films of the 1980s, developing a rabid following after its release on videotape. Drifting between satire and improbable sci-fi adventure, the film stars Peter Weller as Buckaroo Banzai, the son of an American mother and Japanese father who is a combination physicist, neurosurgeon, martial arts master, secret agent, and rock star who travels with his band of assistants/backing musicians, The Hong Kong Cavaliers [IMDB]. No wrapper present (perhaps none was issued), title page present as called for, with a date of April 29, 1983, stated as "Shooting Script," with credits for screenwriter Earl Mac Rouch and production company "Beckerman/Canton-Richter. 113 pages, with 8 blue revision pages at the middle, an added scene where Buckaroo Banzai visits Penny Priddy (played by Ellen Barkin) while she is in jail. The first revision page is dated 7/26/1983, the rest are undated. Near Fine. A key copy of a screenplay for one of the wildest cult films of the 1980s. Bookseller Inventory # 110578

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THE RUBAIYAT OF A SCIENCE FICTION FAN

Christopher, John ( Youd, Samuel )
(ROCHESTER, MI, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: N.p. (London), 1938. First Edition. THE RUBAIYAT OF A SCIENCE FICTION FAN, N.p. (London), N.d. (1938), near fine in wraps, one leaf folded to make four. The authors first publication at the ripe old age of 16, a poem mentioning early SF notables and their magazines such as John Campbell, Astounding, Jack Williamson, Robert McClary, Walter Gillings, Hugo Gernsback, H. G. Wells, Stanley G. Weinbaum, Ray Palmer, Amazing, H. P. Lovecraft, Charles Hornig, Donald Wollheim, Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Lowndes, Nathan Schachner, Henry Kuttner, John Russell Fearn, et.al. The obvious cornerstone piece when attempting to form a complete collection of this most famous British genre writer. Uncommon. No, that's not correct! Scarce? Naw, not that either. Wait. I got it. Rare! Yes, that's what it is, bloody rare---. Bookseller Inventory # 16583

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