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Lycidas." In: Justa Edouardo King naufrago, ab: MILTON, John.

MILTON, John.

Published by Cambridge: by Thomas Buck and Roger Daniel, 1638 (1638)

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Item Description: Cambridge: by Thomas Buck and Roger Daniel, 1638, 1638. Two parts in one volume, octavo (179 x 132 mm). Bound in 1840s dark blue morocco antique gilt, all edges gilt, by Clarke & Bedford. Housed in a maroon morocco folding-case, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. A fine copy. The first part in Greek and Latin, the second in English (including "Lycidas"), the second title within a mourning border. First edition, including the first printing of Milton's "Lycidas", his second published work (after his commendatory poem on Shakespeare published in the 1632 second folio). The poem mourns the death of Edward King, a fellow of Christ's College who had drowned off the coast of Anglesey on 10 August 1637. King had been a younger contemporary of Milton at Christ's College. "In the act of composition Milton transcended his ostensible subject and produced a meditation on human mortality that retains the power to move readers centuries after the death of King and those who mourned him" (ODNB). Milton reprinted this poem in his Poems of 1645. There are a few textual differences between the 1638 and 1645 versions of the poem, of which the most notable is the "humming tide" of 1638 replaced by the "whelming tide" of 1645 and all subsequent versions. Notably rare: in his Milton, a Biography (Oxford, 1968), W. R. Parker traced 33 copies of the Justa, all but two of them in institutional libraries; this copy is thus one of the very few remaining in private hands. Provenance: 1) Lancelot Holland (his bookplate, and probably bound for him; his sale, Sotheby's London, 27 July 1860, lot 1318); 2) Sir William Tite, bought by him in 1860, with his inscription on the front free endpaper verso; sale Sotheby's, 18 May 1874 etc., lot 37; Herschel V. Jones (morocco ticket gilt; Anderson Galleries, 29 January 1919, lot 1168); 3) Frank Brewer Bemis (bookplate; sold, c.1940, presumably through Rosenbach, to; 4) Arthur A. Houghton, Jr. (bookplate; Christie's London, 11Ė12 June 1980, lot 307, to; 5) John Fleming; sold by him to; 6) The Garden Ltd. (morocco label; Sotheby's New York, 9 November 1989, lot 108, through Bernard Quaritch, to; 7) Robert S. Pirie (bookplate). Grolier/Wither to Prior, 555; Hayward 70; Parker 814; Pforzheimer 712; STC 14964. Bookseller Inventory # 108332

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Temple Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations.: HERBERT, George

HERBERT, George

Published by Cambridge Printed by Thom[as] Buck and Roger Daniel (1633)

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Item Description: Cambridge Printed by Thom[as] Buck and Roger Daniel, 1633. First Edition of George Herbertís "The Temple" HERBERT, George. The Temple. Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations. Cambridge: Printed by Thom. Buck, and Roger Daniel, printers to the Universitie, 1633. First edition, first state title-page (dated, and without "And are to be sold by Francis Green, stationer in Cambridge") of George Herbertís poetical works. Twelvemo, tall copy (5 11/8 x 3 1/4 inches). [8], 192, [3], [1, blank] pp. Title within typographical border. Bound by F. Bedford (stamp-signed in gilt on front turn-in) in full dark blue morocco. Covers decoratively paneled in gilt, spine elaborately tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, board edges ruled in gilt, turn-ins decoratively tooled in gilt, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Bookplate of Louis I. Haber and Brayton Ives. Top corners lightly bumped. An excellent copy. This work was edited posthumously by Herbertís friend, Nicholas Ferrer, who was instructed by the poet on his deathbed to either burn or publish the manuscript. The collection was an instant success and went through at least eleven editions up to 1695. His verse output is almost entirely contained within The Temple. Although most of his poetry was religious in nature, his use of imagery was often ingenious, and he relished experimenting with poetic form. The poem "Easter Wings," printed vertically on the page, the lines making the shape of angel's wings, on pp. 34-35, is a notable early example of concrete poetry. "These 160 poems rank among the finest work produced by any of the metaphysical poets, short but often exquisite, distinguished by their carefully wrought shapes, the ingenuity of their images, and their calm and subtle religious faith" (The Cambridge Guide to Literature in English). Grolier, 100 English, 24. Grolier, Wither to Prior, 438. Hayward 66. Pforzheimer 465. Wing H1513. Palmer 6. STC 13183. HBS 64392. $20,000. Bookseller Inventory # 64392

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Item Description: Troy, NY, 1871. Manuscript. Very rare. One page, partially printed document on "Haymaker Base Ball Club" letterhead, aprox. 5x7". Dated at Troy, N.Y., Oct. 19, 1871 and completed in ink. Original document from the Haymaker Base Ball Club of Troy, New York informing a shareholder of a meeting to be held at "Calder's Office" , 8PM, Friday, October 20th (1871) with notation at bottom "Very important". Traditionally, ball club stockholder meetings would be held (as in this case) shortly after the end of the playing season for the purpose of dividing profits (or, in the not unusual case of a loss for the year, making assessments of members) and paying off the players. The Haymaker Club of Troy was one of the founding members of baseball's first professional league, The National Association, which functioned from 1871 through 1875. The NA was not a strong league, plagued by weak teams, loose discipline and contract-jumping players and was replaced by the still-extant National League in 1876. Troy entered the National League in 1879 and in 1883 transferred the franchise to New York City where it became known as the Giants. Among the notable players to perform for both the Haymakers and the Giants were four future Hall of Famers---Roger Connor, Mickey Welch, Tim Keefe and Buck Ewing. Light mailing folds but otherwise a fine, clean piece. Material from the National Association is exceedingly rare. Bookseller Inventory # X175

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Keaton, Russell; Yager, Rick

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ISBN 10: 1932563407 ISBN 13: 9781932563405

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Item Description: Hermes Press. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. 1932563407 We guarantee all of our items - customer service and satisfaction are our top priorities. Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Bookseller Inventory # POTM-1932563407

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A Concise Account of America: containing a: ROGERS, Robert (1731-1795)

Item Description: printed for the Author, and sold by J. Millan, London, 1765. Octavo signed in 4s. (8 1/4 x 5 inches). 1p. page advertisement for subscribers to a second volume (never published). Expertly bound to style in half 18th century russia over contemporary marbled paper covered boards, spine with raised bands in six compartments, ruled in gilt on either side of each band, red morocco lettering piece in the second compartment First edition of one "of the most accurate contemporary accounts of the interior of North America as it was when England took it from France" (Streeter). Rogers acted as a scout for the 1755 expedition against Crown Point, and in 1756 became captain of an independent company of Rangers. He made scores of raids against the French in New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania, going as far west as the shores of Lake Huron. He was sent to receive the capitulation of Western French posts in 1760; en route he met Pontiac, the Ottowa chief, and received his submission to English supremacy. Rogers was also present at the siege of Detroit by Pontiac 1763. Rogers exploits made him the most romantic and famous figure of the war in America, a reputation that was cemented with the publication of his Journal in 1765. The present work was published in the same year. "In the concise account of the several colonies, he mingles many particulars of the Indian nations, but its especial interest is to be found in the section of his volume devoted to the Customs, Manners, and Government of the Indians, pp. 205 to 264. These relations are the result of his own personal experience" (Field). Howes concurs with both Streeter and Field, noting that the work is based "largely on personal knowledge. [and that] this was the first geographical account of the American interior after England had wrested it from France, and, aside from those by Pittman and Hutchins, the most accurate of the period." Buck 3; Clark Old South I:301; Field 1316; Greenly Michigan 17; Howes R-418 "b"; Lande 761; Sabin 72723; Streeter sale II:1028; Vail Frontier 562. Bookseller Inventory # 24469

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Russell Keaton, Rick Yager

Published by Hermes Press (2010)

ISBN 10: 1932563407 ISBN 13: 9781932563405

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Item Description: Hermes Press, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1932563407

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Item Description: IRON MINNESOTA MN, 1933. Book Condition: Very Good. On offer is an outstanding archive of seven [7] original manuscript diaries, one [1] autograph book, 16 vacation photos from 1953 and other ephemera. The diaries were handwritten by Mary Elizabeth Kendall [b. March 5th 1919] Iron Minnesota. Researchers and collectors of the area or of women's of gender studies of the era will find an interesting grouping with dates taking the reader from watching Mary evolve from a cowboy crazy kid to a University of Minnesota graduate to a middle aged family woman, librarian, hospital volunteer and basic salt of the earth American woman. From the outset we find she is such a charming and engaging young lady who details what life was like for a teen-age girl during the Great Depression. She loved her movies and movie actors and bought all the latest star magazines, she loved reading westerns and considered herself somewhat of a cowgirl and listened to "Uncle Sam's Forest Rangers" radio show along with Hopalong Cassidy and Buck Rogers; she calls herself "Cowboy crazy." She belonged to the "Lone Wolf Tribe" and was always receiving different things in the mail from them. She owned a "Cutex Miniature Manicure Set" and an "Orphan Annie Shake-up mug" and couldn't wait until the new Sears Roebuck catalogue came out. She also collected cereal box tops, grew "Depression Flowers" and entered all the latest contests. During her college years she receives a bachelor degree in science at the University of Minnesota. Most of the ephemeral items are from her college years. Here are snippets: 1933 "January 7th, Went to town with mother this morning. Bought a notebook for pictures of movie stars. The "men of the family" sawed wood. Went to a movie called "The All American." It was neat. Richard Arlen was the hero and Gloria Stuart was the heroine." "February 19th, Got 16 in the General Science test! The passing score was about 20!! There is one question in the test that we didn't mark yet so 16 isn't my real score. Took my makeup algebra test after school. Entered a contest by sending a limerick. Hope I win. Fed my goldfish." "March 5th, Today is my birthday and I'm fourteen years old!!!!!!! Yesterday mother gave me a dollar for a present. I'm going to subscribe to a magazine. These are pretty hard times now. Yesterday the Virginia banks closed." "March 11th, Went to town with mother and Boots. Went to the movie "Sherlock Holmes". It was great. It showed the time when Holmes killed professor Moriarty. Clive Brooke played the title role. I'm fixing over a silk dress that one of my aunts sent. All I do is raise the belt. Listened to the KMOX County Fair. I like Wyoming Jack best." "April 13th, Easter vacation began today. Mother and Boots sold 40 chickens at the market (I guess) today. Mother and John played cribbage and bridge against Books and me tonight. Death Valley Days was extra good today. About Red Carson, the outlaw, and the widow's mortgage. Fed my goldfish." "April 17th, Helped wing band chicks this afternoon. Cleaned out my room a little. Fed my goldfish. Received my Lone Wolf Tribe bracelet. It certainly isn't as nice as I thought it would be. It turns my arm sort of green like the 10 cent store rings." "May 27th, Went to town with mother and Mrs. Johnson and her baby, Mary Ann, who is sick. Went into the bank vault for the first time with mother. It seemed so simple. I don't see how the vault can be so safe. Went to "The Kid from Spain" starring Eddie Cantor. Pretty good. Fed my goldfish." "June 16th, Went up town with mother. Filled in some more entries for the hog naming contest. Bought the first ice cream cone I've had this year. Received my Buck Rogers book. It's great. Heard the last Buck Rogers program on the radio. Wish it wasn't the last. Fed my fish." "July 4th, Someone stole 6 or 7 of our chickens last night or this morning. We think we know who did it. Went to the fourth of July picnic for the Farmer's Club. Had four ice cream cones and some fun. Fed my fish. Didn't light my fire cracke. Bookseller Inventory # 0001532

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Tracy, William

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ISBN 10: 1560760893 ISBN 13: 9781560760894

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Item Description: TSR. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Fair. 1560760893 We guarantee all of our items - customer service and satisfaction are our top priorities. Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Bookseller Inventory # POTM-1560760893

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Phineas Fletcher, Francis Quarles

Published by Thomas Buck & Roger Daniel, Printers to the University, Cambridge (1633)

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Item Description: Thomas Buck & Roger Daniel, Printers to the University, Cambridge, 1633. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First. The Purple Island, in twelve cantos of seven-line stanzas, is an elaborate allegorical description of the human body and of the vices and virtues to which man is subject. The body is represented as an island, in which the bones stand for the foundations, the veins for brooks, and so forth in a style somewhat imitative of Spenser's Faerie Queene. The Piscatory Eclogs and other Poeticall Miscellanies has a separate title-page. A third title-page introduces another poem, "Elisa: an Elegie upon the unripe demise of Sr Antonie Irby." A poem by Francis Quarles closes the volume: "To my deare friend, the Spencer [sic.] of this day." Title page in red and black, Cambridge Press device at every opportunity; Head & Tailpieces throughout. Blind ruled calf nicely rebacked with gilt title to morocco label; gilt date to foot; edges a faded red. 4 (Lacks 1,blank, as Pforzheimer copy) ,4,A-Z4 (with Z4,blank),?2 (?1,blank),A-L4,M2,N2,O-R4. [14], 181; [5, blank], [2], 96, 101-130, [2] pages. STC 11082. ESTC s102332. Pforzheimer 376; Wellcome I,2312. Old signature of John Vaget front cover verso, slight paper loss in lower right corner of blank page facing second title page, edge bleed-ins to first and last leaf from leather turn-ins, sans endpapers, else very good. ; 5.8 x 7.5 in. Bookseller Inventory # 1708

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Bible. Psalms and New Testament. Greek.)

Published by Roger Daniel (1652)

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Item Description: Roger Daniel, 1652. 2 woks in 1 vol. (Psalms bound first), the Psalms with an engraved portrait of David, both texts, in Greek, in double columns, title-page to Psalms damaged at inner margin (no loss), pp. [i], 134; [i], 525, 12mo, contemporary black morocco, panelled in gilt, spine gilt in compartments, joints rubbed and cracked at head, corners slightly worn, the Macclesfield copy with bookplate and blind stamp, copious notes in Greek in pencil on the flyleaves, sound. The New Testament is a reprint of Buck's Cambridge edition of 1632. Both the Pslams and the NT are rare in the US according to ESTC. (Darlow & Moule 4690 & 4691 (bound together); ESTC R31273 and R36656). Bookseller Inventory # 52739

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The Boys of Summer - SIGNED BY: Kahn, Roger

Kahn, Roger

Published by Harper and Row, New York (1972)

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Item Description: Harper and Row, New York, 1972. Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. Stated First Edition. Signed by Roger Kahn and 27 players: Stan Musial, Rex Barney, Cal Abrams, Joe Black, Mickey Owen, Tommy Holmes, Bobby Thompson, Johnny Podres, Ralph Branca, Enos Slaughter, Rube Walker, Bob Feller, Buck O'Neil, Joe Pignatano, Vic Lombardi, Clem Labine, Shotgun Shuba, Jim Romano, Gene Hermanski, Billy Loes, Paul Minner, Bobby Bragan, Tommy Henrich, Luis Olmo, Al Gionfriddo, Buddy Hassett, and Eddie Miksis, plus Stan Strull (the Dodgers' batboy and clubhouse assistant). Included is a program and pass for the three day Jackie Robinson Conference at LIU Brooklyn in April 1997, where my father collected many of the signatures in this volume. Book in VG- condition with a 1/2" wide bump on the top of the front board by the hinge. Bump extends down 3/16". Two spots of miniscule fraying- one by the rear top edge near the outer edge, the other at the bottom of the rear corner. Mild sunning to bottoms of boards, and minor soiling/darkening of boards. Jacket in Good+ condition edge wear and some small tears, primarily around the head and feet of the spine, hinges, and flap folds. Minor creasing and soiling. Stated first edition. One of a kind. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Signed by Author and 27 Players. Bookseller Inventory # 000680

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The Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley: Shelley, Percy Bysshe

Shelley, Percy Bysshe

Published by Ernest Benn and Charles Scribner's Sons for The Julian Editions (1926)

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Item Description: Ernest Benn and Charles Scribner's Sons for The Julian Editions, 1926. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. One of 780 sets. Complete in 10 volumes. Publisher's quarter vellum over green boards. Spines with black title labels: boards with three gilt rules. Top edges gilt. Edited by Roger Ingpen and Walter E. Buck. Light mottling to a few spines and one spine slightly creased, else a bright, near-fine set in the original (somewhat worn) publisher's slipcases. Bookseller Inventory # 4398

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Gaska, Andrew E. C.

Published by Boom Entertainment (2013)

ISBN 10: 1936393956 ISBN 13: 9781936393954

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Item Description: Boom Entertainment, 2013. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: The sci-fi classic series continues! September 13th: 1999 - when an atomic accident causes the moon to be blown out of orbit and hurled into the unknown, the survivors of the lunar base stationed there launch towards their destiny - and adventures - across the stars! Set in the continuity of the original series, Classic Space: 1999 - To Everything That Was fills in the gap between the first and second seasons of the gothic science fiction television series Space: 1999, offering an exciting narrative of events that occurred "behind the scenes." This collection is a celebration of the Space: 1999 comics of yesteryear, reprinting the best of the Charlton Comics series, the British Look-In issues and Annuals, with remastered and unpublished works by comic book legends such as Gray Morrow (Man-Thing, Tarzan, Buck Rogers), John Byrne(X-men, Fantastic Four), Joe Staton (Green Lantern, Superboy), and more. A labor of love, Classic Space: 1999 - To Everything That Was utilizes over a dozen rare Space: 1999 painted artworks as chapter breaks, and is adorned by a previously unpublished Gray Morrow Space: 1999 cover painting, originally intended for the next issue of the 1977 cancelled Charlton comic series run and only seen print in the late '70s as a puzzle, now beautifully restored!. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1936393956

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FULLER Thomas

Published by Thomas Buck, Cambridge (1647)

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Item Description: Thomas Buck, Cambridge, 1647. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. 3rd Edition. 4to. Unpaginated. Unrestored. Printed by Roger Daniel. Leather boards both detached but present, raised bands and gilt title to spine. Engraved title page and folding map. Fep and following page only just attached with ink note in tiny lettering to the latter. Some foxed spots but generally clean internally. A lovely copy. Bookseller Inventory # 060315

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A View of Coombank near Sevenoak in: WOOLLETT, William (1735-1785)

WOOLLETT, William (1735-1785)

Published by Printed for John Bowles & Son, at the Black Horse in Cornhill, T. Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard, Robt. Sayer at the Golden Buck in Fleet Street. J. Boydell, London (1760)

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Item Description: Printed for John Bowles & Son, at the Black Horse in Cornhill, T. Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard, Robt. Sayer at the Golden Buck in Fleet Street. J. Boydell, London, 1760. Engraving, printed on fine laid paper. Very good condition. A fine image of the verdant country estate of General Campbell, Baron Sundridge of Coombank. Born in Maidstone in 1735, William Woollett was one of the most renowned landscape engravers of his time and the first English engraver to achieve popular success in continental Europe. His artistic aptitude became apparent at an early age, and he was sent to London to train at St. Martin's Lane Academy and apprentice with the engraver and printseller John Tinney. Woollett began his career with a series of topographical views, but first truly distinguished himself as skilled engraver with the publication of his print of Richard Wilson's Destruction of the Children of Niobe . His copious plates after artists such as Stubbs, Vernet, and Claude proved so popular, that many of them were copied by engravers on the Continent. Beginning in 1766, he became an active member of the Society of Artists, where he served in a variety of positions. Although he specialized in landscapes, Woollett also engraved a number of marine and historical scenes including the print for which he is most famous, Death of General Wolfe after Benjamin West, and for which he was received the honorable title of Historical Engraver to His Majesty. Combe Bank was built for General Campbell by Roger Morris. Campbell later gave the house to his son, who had it re-modelled by Robert Adam. Cf. Dictionary of National Biography. Bookseller Inventory # 13657

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The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament: Sternhold, Thomas, John

Item Description: Printed by Thomas Buck & Roger Daniel for the Cambridge University, Cambridge, 1635. Hardcover. Book Condition: g to g+. Later printing. Quarto. [8] leaves, 744pp (Old Testament), [2], 923-1153, [3]pp (New Testament), 103, [7]pp (The Whole Book of Psalms). Early 19th-century gilt-stamped brown morocco, with gold lettering to spine. Raised bands. All edges gilt. Dentelles. Marbled endpapers. Engraved title by Joseph Payn depicting Moses and David, the four Evangelists, the Last Supper, the hart (Ps. xliii. 1), and other subjects. The device featured on the New Testament title page is that of Alma Mater Cantabrigia with the legend Hinc Lucem Et Pocula Sacra. Vignette on The Book of Psalms title page. Decorative headpieces and initials. Text ruled in red throughout. This stunning King James version is a reprint of the Cambridge quarto in roman type of 1630, with text ending on Eeee 5a, and 1 Tim. iv. 16, "thy" (Darlow and Moule, I, pp.177, #385). Although the Apocrypha is missing, all the books of the Old Testament as well as of the New Testament are present. This elegant Bible is bound with Metrical Psalms (1634) at rear. Darlow and Moule indicates that this edition is usually bound with a map, "Genealogies" (1638), and a "Prayer Book" (1635), but those are not present in this copy. Rubbing along edges of binding. Hinges reinforced with binder's tape. Previous owner's Ex-Libris on inside of front cover (Carroll Wayne Thompson). Previous owner's inscription on fly leaf dated April 15, 1810, and previous owner's name on second fly leaf. Minor to moderate age-toning and foxing throughout. Clear water-staining at upper half of pages 74-82 in the Book of Psalms. Binding and interior in overall good to good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 40015

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La Petite Illustration (January 1938-September 1939, issues

Published by L'Illustration, Paris (1939)

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Item Description: L'Illustration, Paris, 1939. Hardcover. CAVE (illustrator). 4 vols. Green library buckram, gilt letters on spines, various paginations, BW illus. Text is in French. A four-volume bound set representing the last 82 issues of the publication of "La Petite Illustration," a weekly art supplement distributed with L'Illustration, a weekly Parisian newspaper. This periodical ran from 1913-1939, and appears to have ended with the war's encroachment on Paris. Its parent paper stopped publication in 1944. This ground-breaking supplement published plays, novels, and poetry, and often was the first or only outlet to do so. In this lot, you will find the scripts for Shakespeare's "Othello," adapted by Jean Sarment (#881), and Edmond Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac" (#905), among many other plays. #919 is an issue of poems. Novellas include French versions of Pearl S. Buck's "Le Tigre" (#901), James Hilton's "Au Revoir, Monsieur Chips!" (#913); and Hamlin Garland's "Le Vagabond" (#921). Serialized novels include: "Anne-Jeanne" by Gaston Rageot (#857-859); "L'Epaisseur d'un Cheveu (A Hair Divides)" by Claude Houghton (#873-875); "Marcus Fleurette" by Lucie Delame (#884-886); "La Double Escapade" by G. A. Birmingham (#892-894); "La Cendre Chaude" by Henry Bordeaux (#908-910); "La Vallee Perdue" by Noelle Roger (#915-197); "Danse Pour ton Ombre!" by J. H. Louwyck (#931). Contemporary pieces include "Le Peril Exterieur: L'Hitlerisme" (#895); "Le Peril Interieur: Le Communisme" (#897); and "La Defense Passive: Protection des Populations Civiles contre les Attaques Aeriennes" (#927). An uncommon find, to be sure. VG- (Page margins are tanning naturally; text and illus. are clear.). Bookseller Inventory # 152679

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Eric Mottram (eds.); contributors: Bob Cobbing, Barry MacSweeney, Dom Sylvester Houedard, Peter Finch, Allen Fisher, Lee Harwood, Elaine Randell, Kenneth Koch, Michael Gibbs, Ulli McCarthy, Jackson Mac Low, Michael Horovitz, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Lawrence Upton et al.

Published by Poetry Society, London

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Item Description: Poetry Society, London. Soft cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. A collection of Poetry Reviews from what is now seen as its most radical period of publication, including 8 issues of the periodical in smaller book format (207 x 136mm) with artists¿ illustrations on the cover, 4 extremely rare issues in larger magazine format (290 x 205mm) (also with artist designed covers), 1 ephemeral poster and 1 stapled newsletter. As the editor¿s note explains in Vol. 66: ¿With this issue, the fifteenth under the present editor, Poetry Review assumes a new format which it is hoped will better accommodate the spatial forms of the wide variety of poems in today¿s poetry scene¿. As such, the formal inventiveness of the new poetry required a more open, larger format of increased possibilities. In 1971, the British beat poet and critic Eric Mottram took over the editorial helm at Poetry Review and subsequently helped publish 20 issues over 6 years. During this period, Bob Cobbing and other small press avant-garde poets of the underground scene, took over the Poetry Society¿s building in Earls Court and breathed life into the periodical, as the concrete, visual and experimental poetry synonymous with the British Poetry Revival replaced modernist and lyric. During this period, and under the influence of Mottram (an associate of Burroughs and Ginsberg), the periodical was also notable for its publishing of American poets. For the patriotic Review, Mottram¿s approach to the Americans eventually resulted in his downfall. The saga is documented in the 2006 publication: Peter Barry, Poetry Wars: British Poetry of the 1970s and the Battle of Earls Court, Salt, 2006. Contents: Vol. 61, No. 4 (1970/71), edited by Derek Parker, features: Stevie Smith, Gavin Ewart, Paul Coltman, Fleur Adcock, Jack Clemo, Michael Hamburger et al./Vol. 62, No. 1 (1971), cover illustration by Tom Phillips, features: Roger McGough, Robert Garioch, Pete Morgan, Edward Lucie-Smith, Peter Finch, Louis Montova, Sidney Hoddes, Bertold Brecht, Elizabeth Ashworth, Maurice Cockrill et al./Vol. 62, No. 3 (1971), cover by Dom Silvester Houedard, features: Lee Harwood, Robert Duncan, Michael McClure, Jeff Nuttall, Roy Fisher, Bill Butler, Gael Turnbull, Allen Fisher and DSH et al./Vol. 63, No. 2 (1972), cover by Peter Finch, features: Hugh MacDiarmid, Cid Corman, Denise Levertov, Peter Finch, John Wieners, Sean Vigo, Penelope Shuttle, Dick Russell et al./Vol. 64, No. 4 (1972-73), cover by Bob Cobbing, features: William Sherman, Lyn Lifshin, Allen Fisher, Bill Butler, David Chaloner, Lee Harwood, Val Warner, Peter Redgrove, Clayton Eshleman, Adrian Clarke, et al. /Vol. 65, No. 1 (1974), cover by John Furnival, features: Bob Cobbing, David Chaloner, Bill Griffiths, Barbara Guest, Gael Turnbull, Opal L. Nations, Ivor Cutler, Peter Mayer et al./Vol. 64, No. 2 (1973), cover by Shoichi Kiyokawa, features: Thomas Meyer/Jonathan Williams, Roy Fisher, Stuart Montgomery, Elaine Feinstein, Michael Horovitz, Kenneth Koch, Hugo Williams, Elaine Randell, Antonio Claudio Carvalho, Theodore Eslin et al./Vol. 64, No. 2 (1973), cover by Ian Hamilton Finlay, features: Barry MacSweeney, Christopher Middleton, Paul Selby, Rory McEwen, Iain Sinclair, Ron Padgett, Ted Berrigan, Harry Matthews et al./Vol. 66, No. 1 (1975), cover by Jennifer Pike, features: George Oppen, Andrew Crozier, Iain Sinclair, B. Catling, Jackson Mac Low, Ulli McCarthy, Paul Buck, Michael Gibbs et al./Vol. 6, No. 2 (1976), cover by Kit Wright and Michael MacKenzie, issue features: Jerome Rothenberg, Thomas Meyer, Elaine Randall, Aram Saroyan, Carlyle Reedy, Peter Redgrove, Antonio Claudio Carvalho, John Giorno et al./Vol. 66, No.s 3 and 4 (1977), cover by Bob Cobbing, features: Tom Pickard, Michael Hamburger, Keith Armstrong, Thomas A. Clark, Antony Lopez and Jeremy Adler et al./Vol. 67, No.s 1 and 2 (1977), cover by Allen Fisher, features: Bill Griffiths, Barry MacSweeney, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Ulli McCarthy, Michael Horovitz, Lawrence Upton, Elaine Randell et al. Bookseller Inventory # 001507

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Cook, David

Published by Wizards of the Coast

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Item Description: Wizards of the Coast. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 1560760923 We guarantee all of our items - customer service and satisfaction are our top priorities. Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Bookseller Inventory # TM-1560760923

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David Cook

Published by Wizards of the Coast (1991)

ISBN 10: 1560760923 ISBN 13: 9781560760924

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Item Description: Wizards of the Coast, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1560760923

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Calkins, Lt. Dick, Nowlan Phil

Published by Pleasure Books, Inc : Blue Ribbon, Chicago (1935)

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Item Description: Pleasure Books, Inc : Blue Ribbon, Chicago, 1935. Pictorial Cover. Book Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 3 wonderful, colorful pop-ups, complete, light soiling to covers, inside clean, tight bright copy, scan available. Bookseller Inventory # 1872

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Calkins, Dick and Phil Nolan

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Item Description: Pleasure Books, Inc. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. (1935). Thin square 8vo in color pictorial paper-covered boards. With three amazing pop-ups . Just the slightest rubbing at corners, else a fine bright copy with the pop-ups perfect. Bookseller Inventory # 1764

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bande dessinée de l'Age d'Or,

Published by contient spooky le chat, l'aéroport Z, Jean le lion, l'infernale poursuite, Tarzan,Bibi fricotin, Terry et les pirates, buck Rogers, l'ennemi du monde etc,et plans de montage pour petite aviation,

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Item Description: contient spooky le chat, l'aéroport Z, Jean le lion, l'infernale poursuite, Tarzan,Bibi fricotin, Terry et les pirates, buck Rogers, l'ennemi du monde etc,et plans de montage pour petite aviation, reliure in folio en bon etat , cartonnage d'origine en bon etat , envoi de photos sur demande, Bookseller Inventory # 20640

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philip nowlan, h g wells, e e doc smith,

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Item Description: gernsback editor, good + trimmed cover, reattached. Bookseller Inventory # 112180

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Calkins, Lt. Dick & Phil Nowlan

Published by Chicago, IL. Pleasure Books, Inc. (1935)

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Item Description: Chicago, IL. Pleasure Books, Inc., 1935. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. Inv. #V-051017. Cardboard cover with illustration of Buck and Allura fighting mechanical spider. Three "Pop-Up" pictures, all of which are intact and work. "Buck Rogers [in the] 25th Century, featuring Buddy and Allura in 'Strange Adventures in the Spider Ship.'" The Illustrated Pop-Up(TM) Edition.; Pop-Up; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall. First Edition. Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # V-051017

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Arthur Lange

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Item Description: Arthur Lange Inc, NY, 1926. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Hardcover - Inscribed by Arthur Lange to "Harvey P Fisher - Violinist 1926" / includes calling card from Miss Ida Forsyne (tel Morningside 3806) VERY clean, no marks, clean inside, very clean bright burgundy boards with gilt lettering, unsunned spine no dj Arthur Lange (April 16, 1889 - December 7, 1956) was a United States bandleader and Tin Pan Alley composer of popular music. He composed music for over 120 films, including Grand Canary and Woman on the Run. Lange shared an Oscar nomination with Hugo Friedhofer for the film The Woman in the Window. All in all he was nominated four times for Oscars but did not win any. During the first half of the 1920s Lange recorded copiously for Cameo Records. His 1923 orchestra, which also played the Cinderella Ballroom on Broadway and which included "hot" trumpeters Earl Oliver and Tommy Gott, was at the end of that year bought by young well-to-do bandleader Roger Wolfe Kahn, and it is not known whether the recordings Lange made after this point and up to 1926 were still made by these musicians (Kahn himself didn't start recording under his own name for Victor Records until March 1925) or by another group. His 1928 recordings for Pathé Records were however almost certainly made by another unknown personnel. Though Lange himself played both piano and banjo he seems (with the exception of a recording by his "Lange trio" in 1922) to have only acted as conductor and arranger on his band recording dates. Lange was a prolific arranger of dance band orchestrations during the 1920s. His "stock" orchestrations were in use by many bands of the day. Lange wrote "Arranging for the Modern Dance Orchestra" which was the definitive work of its day (published Robbins Music, 1926). Ida Forsyne - (" Topsy ") - Living over a saloon, Ida's Mother was a maid and her father disappeared when she was two years old. Her mother was not very supportive of her dancing and didn't think she could dance but dancing she did, even if only for pennies in front of a candy store. By the time she turned ten, she was working as a Pick (Pickaninny) at the Chicago Worlds Fair doing the Cakewalk. While living over the saloon she would get to sneak in and watch some of the shows, here she met a "sportin' house" pianist named Willie Mason who showed Ida her first real dance steps. Sneaking into many shows around town and watching the rehearsals she was able to learn more dancing and was becoming a experienced hustler. By the time Ida was fourteen she ran away from home by joining a Tab Show called the Black Bostonians which had her singing a song and doing an eccentric Legomania style Buck Dance routine. The show went broke in Montana and Ida hand to sing in the streets for money for a ticket home. Ida was basically as self trained Vernacular dancer who would portray a colored "Topsy" girl character who would sing and dance. She wore a bandana, created dances such as her Sack Dance and even got the chorus lines to Blacken' Up (Blackface) during her performances. She became a real success. However her biggest success would be when she created her Russian Dance routines complete with Russian costumes made in St. Petersburg, Russia, Boots and had her own music scored for her as well. She did these Russian dances abroad for many years and later the states. In America, the Russian dance was usually performed with what they called 'Kazotsky's', where the dancer squats down, crosses their arms across their chest and kicks their legs out alternately. Altho this was an already established Hungarian dance called Czardas and not Russian, most Americans would not know the difference and still today see it as Russian dancing. Ida Forsyne was one of the first American woman to do these 'Kazotsky's' at the end of her performance in her Moscow program. These "Kazotsky's where done long before her but after this one performance, and her improvisations of it, she would be hailed (incorrectly) as the greatest Russian dancer of all time as she trave. Inscribed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 21703.220809

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Published by Chelsea House, New York (1988)

ISBN 10: 0517027674 ISBN 13: 9780517027677

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Item Description: Chelsea House, New York, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0517027674

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Makanezebuck, Charlie

Published by Lester Game Co. Inc, Toledo, Ohio (1959)

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Item Description: Lester Game Co. Inc, Toledo, Ohio, 1959. Hardcover. Book Condition: Poor. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair ; Illustrated by Crawford, Roger (illustrator). First Edition (?); First Printing. Poor in Fair dust jacket; Green Money; ShapeBook; Vol. 1; Cover Art; 8vo - 8" to 9" tall; Unpaginated pages; This is a DJ only. DJ is nick and chipped. A joke dust jacket. Comes with junk book to support DJ Dated Late 1950's early 1960's? Back flap has testimonials about Charlie (Make-an-Easy Buck) and a biographical sketch. Junk book used to support Dust Jacket. Dust jacket is in a Mylar cover for protection as this is collectable and quite possibly rare. Bookseller Inventory # 8228

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Item Description: D.C. Comics, Inc, New York, 1980. 1 vols. 16 x 22 inches. 1 vols. 16 x 22 inches. A vigorous multi-panel drawing, by Tuska, fully lettered, of the exploits of the first and greatest superhero. Tuska specialized in particularly intense action scenes; he also illustrated such series as Green Lantern, Teen Titans, Justice League, Infinity, and Power Man. A fine, original example of 1970s action comic art. George Tuska finished his studies at the National Academy School of Art at age 21. In 1939, he became John Terry's assistant on 'Scorchy Smith'. At the same time, he joined the graphic studios of Jerry Iger and Will Eisner. There he worked on several comic books, like 'Jungle', 'Wings', 'Planet Wonderworld' and 'Mystery Men'. In the 1940s, Tuska created the character 'Hercule' for Quality Comics and, as a member of Studio Chesler, he drew several episodes of 'Captain Marvel', 'Golden Arrow', 'Uncle Sam' and 'El Carim'. Tuska was mobilized during World War II, so he had to postpone his comic activities. After the war, he continued in the comic field with 'The Crime Does Not Pay', and as the illustrator on 'Scorchy Smith'. In 1959, he took over the daily and weekly 'Buck Rogers' pages, which he continued until 1967. In the late 1960s, Tuska started working for Marvel, where he contributed to the series 'Ghost Rider', 'Planet of the Apes', 'X-Men', 'Daredevil' and 'Iron Man'. He continued drawing superhero comics for DC, like 'Superman', 'Superboy' and 'Challengers of the Unknown'. In 1978, along with José Delbo, Paul Kupperberg and Martin Pasko, Tuska started a new version of the daily 'Superman' comic. Tuska worked on this series until 1993. Bookseller Inventory # 245147

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Item Description: D.C. Comics, Inc, New York, 1981. 1 vols. 16 x 22 inches. Book Condition: Fine. 1 vols. 16 x 22 inches. A vigorous multi-panel drawing, by Tuska, fully lettered, of the exploits of the first and greatest superhero. Tuska specialized in particularly intense action scenes; he also illustrated such series as Green Lantern, Teen Titans, Justice League, Infinity, and Power Man. A fine, original example of 1970s action comic art. George Tuska finished his studies at the National Academy School of Art at age 21. In 1939, he became John Terry's assistant on 'Scorchy Smith'. At the same time, he joined the graphic studios of Jerry Iger and Will Eisner. There he worked on several comic books, like 'Jungle', 'Wings', 'Planet Wonderworld' and 'Mystery Men'. In the 1940s, Tuska created the character 'Hercule' for Quality Comics and, as a member of Studio Chesler, he drew several episodes of 'Captain Marvel', 'Golden Arrow', 'Uncle Sam' and 'El Carim'. Tuska was mobilized during World War II, so he had to postpone his comic activities. After the war, he continued in the comic field with 'The Crime Does Not Pay', and as the illustrator on 'Scorchy Smith'. In 1959, he took over the daily and weekly 'Buck Rogers' pages, which he continued until 1967. In the late 1960s, Tuska started working for Marvel, where he contributed to the series 'Ghost Rider', 'Planet of the Apes', 'X-Men', 'Daredevil' and 'Iron Man'. He continued drawing superhero comics for DC, like 'Superman', 'Superboy' and 'Challengers of the Unknown'. In 1978, along with José Delbo, Paul Kupperberg and Martin Pasko, Tuska started a new version of the daily 'Superman' comic. Tuska worked on this series until 1993. Bookseller Inventory # 245143

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