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Macbeth, Ann

Published by Methuen, GB (1924)

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From: Richard Sylvanus Williams (Est 1976) (WINTERTON, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Methuen, GB, 1924. Paperback. Condition: VG. 1st Edition. Plain grey wrappers with paper title labels. Title page stamped PRESENTATION COPY and with tipped in review slip announcing publication on 10 Jan 1924. Library label etc on rear endpaper but no other marks. Book is in very good condition with minor signs of wear and/or age. Seller Inventory # m015.091

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Galsworthy, John ; [SIGNED]

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1929)

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From: Antiquarian Bookshop (Washington, DC, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition Thus. Autograph; Number 78 of the first five hundred copies of the First Printing of The Compact Edition signed by John Galsworthy. Clean and tight in beautiful fine bindings of half red morocco over red cloth covered boards. Four raised bands at spine with extensive gilt decorative stamping in spine compartments and gilt rules where leather meets cloth. All six volumes in Near Fine to Fine condition housed in custom red card clipcases (slipcases have some minor wear). Works include The Forsyte Saga, A Modern Comedy, Caravan, Three Novels of Society (The Country House, Fraternity, The Patrician), Three Novels of Love (The Dark Flower, Beyond, Saint's Progress), Plays. ; Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 40956

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Wordsworth, William:

Published by London, Edward Moxon, (1840)

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About this Item: London, Edward Moxon, 1840. Kl.-8°, Ledereinband. Full leather bindings. Bound in tan straight-grain morocco by Zaehnsdorf. Marbled endpapers, gilt top-edge. Shelf wear and rubbing to leather, with a few dents and scuffs. Very good. Size: about 7 x 4.5 inches. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 2050. Seller Inventory # 12932

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Group of 40 titles by Michael Connelly,: Connelly, Michael

About this Item: Little, Brown / Dennis McMillan / Vascik, Various, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First edition. Group of 40 titles by Michael Connelly, the prolific author known for his Harry Bosch and Lincoln Lawyer series. All but one signed by Connelly, either signed with just his name, or dedicated 'To a mystery fan.' All books are First Editions / First Printings of the trade edition published by Little, Brown unless otherwise noted. Fine in Fine dust jackets, all DJs now in mylar. The Black Echo, 1992, signed / The Black Ice, 1993, signed / The Black Ice, review copy, 1993 (this is the ONLY book not signed), paperback / The Concrete Blonde, 1994, signed / The Last Coyote, 1995, signed / The Poet, 1996, signed / Trunk Music, 1997, signed / Trunk Music, 1997, proof copy, signed, paperback, Very Good, creasing and edgewear / Blood Work, 1998, signed, previous owner's signatures on the fly leaf / Blood Work, 1998, advance copy, signed, paperback / Angels Flight, 1999, signed / Void Moon, 2000, signed / A Darkness More Than Night, 2001, signed / City of Bones, 2002, signed / City of Bones, McMillan publishers, signed, slipcase / Chasing the Dime, 2002, signed / Chasing the Dime, 2002, advance copy, signed, paperback / Lost Light, 2003, signed / The Narrows, 2004, signed, w/ promotional DVD / Crime Beat. 2004, Vascik, signed / The Closers, 2005, signed / The Closers, 2005, McMillan, RRRRR of 156 copies in 1/4 leather, signed / The Closers, 2005, 147 of 300 copies in cloth, signed / The Lincoln Lawyer, 2005, signed / Plots With Guns, 2005, McMillan, HHHHH of 156 copies signed by all 25 contributors / Echo Park, 2006, signed / The Overlook, 2006, signed / The Blue Religion, 2008, signed by 8 of 19 authors, including MC / The Brass Verdict, 2008, signed / The Scarecrow, 2009, signed / The Scarecrow, 2009, McMillan, 80 of 300 copies, signed / 9 Dragons, 2009, signed / The Reversal, 2010, signed / The Reversal, 2010, proof copy, signed, paperback / The Fifth Witness, 2011, signed / The Black Box, 2012, signed / The Drop, 2011, signed / The Gods of Guilt, 2013, signed / The Burning Room, 2014, signed / The Crossing, 2015, signed. Total of 40 books. Due to the size of this collection extra postage may be required. Seller Inventory # 0083071

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About this Item: J.F. Taylor & Company. NY, 1904. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 12 volume set. Bound in red leather with elaborate decorations in gold, with leather inlay in dark green. Raised cords. Leather overlay on inside covers, with gold decoration there as well. A pristine turn of the century binding. The Stonegate Edition, limited to 150 sets, printed at the Westminster Press in New York. This set is #3, and is signed by the publisher on the limitation page (volume 1 of Shandy only). Introductions to all volumes by Wilbur Cross. There is no date printed. Tristram Shandy in 4 volumes. Volume 1 has 73 + 256 pages. Some pages uncut. There are 5 plates called for -- this copy has 2 copies of each plate; one hand-colored and one uncolored, on Japan paper. Volume 2 has 303 pages and the same double-set of plates. Volume 3 has 233 pages. Double plates. Volume 4 has 306 pages. Double plates. The Sermons or Mr. Yorick. 2 volumes. Both with double sets of plates. 349 and 380 pages. A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy. 417 pages. Double plates. Letters of Laurence Sterne to His Most Intimate Friends. 2 volumes. 252 and 294 pages. Almost entirely uncut. The Journal to Eliza and Various Letters by Laurence Sterne and Elizabeth Draper. taken from the Gibbs Manuscripts. 287 pages. The Life of Laurence Sterne by Percy Fitzgerald. 2 volumes. 346 and 345 pages. Each volume measures 6 x 9.5 inches. The set takes up 16.5 inches of shelf space. Top edges gilt. Printed on a smooth 'Japan' paper, entirely. Please email to request photos, or with questions. Extra shipping charges will be needed to ship this set securely. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # Fred-Sets40

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Kipling, Rudyard [signed]

Published by Macmillan and Co., Limited. London (1913)

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About this Item: Macmillan and Co., Limited. London, 1913. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 25 volume set, bound in full leather. Signed by Rudyard Kipling. This is the Bombay Edition of Kipling's works, signed on the half title page by Rudyard Kipling. A very hardsome set. Full purple leather, faded to brown on the spines, with elaborate gold decorations. Raised cords, top edge gilt. The book measure 6.76 x 9.5 inches. The full set sits on just over 3 feet of shelf space. A limited edition of 1050 copies. Volume 1 is numbered on the limitation page with a 3 in pencil, but other volumes have other numbers and some are not numbered at all. 1 volume is missing half of the maroon label on the spine with the authors name. 1 volume has a chip that has been repaired at the crown of the spine. The rest are in quite good condition, attractive and tightly bound. The volumes are not numbered on the spines, but they are numbered inside. They are: 1) Plain Tales from the Hills; 2) Soldiers Three; 3) Wee Willie Winkie; 4) From Sea to Sea vol 1; 5) From Sea to Sea, vol 2; 6) Life's Handicap; 7) The Light that Failed; 8) The Naulahka; 9) Many Inventions; 10) Captains Courageous; 11) The Jungle Book; 12) The Second Jungle Book; 13) The Day's Work; 14) Stalky and Company; 15) Kim; 16) Just So Stories; 17) Traffics and Discoveries; 18) Puck of Pook's Hill; 19) Rewards and Fairies; 20) Actions and Reactions; 21) Departmental Ditties; 22) Five Nations; 23) Songs from Books; 24) A Diversity of Creatures; 25) The Years Between. Please email with questions or to request photos. It's a nice one. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # Fred-Sets49

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About this Item: E Weyhe, New York, 1935. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Original Lithograph By Pasquale Giovanni Napolitano; Portrait Photograph, And Possibly All Photographs Also, By Brett Weston (illustrator). 1st Edition. One Of A Stated Limitation Of 212 [Plus A Small Number Of Extra Copies]. This Example Numbered 213. Specially Bound In Black Calf With A Modernist Design, Red Leather Inserts Of 'N" On Front Cover And A Line On Rear Cover, Napolitano's Name Blind Stamped On The Front Cover, Red Endpapers. The Binding Was Probably Designed By Napolitano. The Lithograph In The Book Is Numbered #120/212 And Signed By Napolitano In Pencil. The Book Is A Monograph On The Art Of Pasquale Giovanni Napolitano, Los Angeles Muralist Etc. He Studied At Otis In The 1920-1923 Under Julia Wendt And F.Tolles Chamberlin, Studied At Chouinard 1921-1924 Under Chamberlin, Taught Sculpture In The First Such Class At Chouniard In 1924, Where He Did A Bust Of Mrs. Chouinard, Then Worked For Herman Sachs, Of Herman Sachs And J Konde, 1925-1929, On Interior Decorations And Murals For Many Prominent Los Angeles Buildings, Including Bullocks Wilshire, Los Angeles City Hall, The Pacific Gas And Electric Headquarters Building, The May Company (1929), Bel-Air Bay Club, Hollywood Park Turf Club, Etc. While Working For Sachs He Traveled To Florida For Work On Architectural Decoration. He Studied Ceramics , Then [Under Alfred Binn] At Alfred University Circa 1930 In Nyc. He Then Studied In Italy, Munich (Arts And Crafts School], And Berlin (Prussian Academy Of Fine Arts), Returning To The U. S., In 1932. He Began Independent Business In Interior Building Decorations In Ny 1932-1933, Working On Many Buildings. He Then Returned To Los Angeles Where He Resumed His Architectural Work And Opened A Home Studio Where He Produced Ceramics [Including Work For Judson Studios In The 1930'S-1950'S], Sculpture, Textiles, Etc. In 1933-1935 He Worked For The Federal And State Public Works Of Art Projects, Where He Met Merle Armitage, Who Encouraged Him And Who Wrote This Book About Him; Armitage Used His Work As A Primary Illustrator In Many Books 1934 To 1970. Napolitano Did Murals For Many Los Angeles Area Schools, Including Beverly Hills High School, Also Many Buildings Such As The Hollywood Park Turf Club, And Some Private Residences, Including The Residence Of William Andrews Clark In Santa Barbara. He Worked As A Gilder In Santa Barbara 1935-1936, Then Again For Sachs In 1936-1937. He Again Taught At Chouinard In 1938-1939 And Is Featured Prominently In Their Catalog. He Became A Member Of Several Motion Picture Unions, Worked For Mgm And Later Cbs, Did Work On George Pal's Cartoons Circa 1943 As A Primary Cartoonist, Undertook Work For Cbs, Worked On Design For The King And I, Etc., But Starting In The Later 1940'S His Primary Focus Was On Religious Sculpture And Architectural Decoration, Particularly Murals And Sculpture, In Churches In The Los Angeles Area, And Some Work In San Francisco, San Diego, El Centro, Arizona, Etc. Including A Well-Known Statue At The Franciscan Retreat In Malibu. Much Of This Work Has Been Inadvertently Destroyed In Remodels, Or Lost, But His Work Notes And Sketches, Photographs And Drawings, Textiles And Sculpture, Etc., Are Preserved In In The Napolitano Papers . Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # 028908

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Dickens, Charles [with Signed Check laid in]

Published by Houghton Mifflin and Co. Boston. Riverside Press (1894)

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About this Item: Houghton Mifflin and Co. Boston. Riverside Press, 1894. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. The Writings of Charles Dickens Large-Paper Edition With critical and bibliographical introductions and notes by Edwin Percy Whipple and others. Illustrated with steel portraits and engravings from the original designs by Browne, Cruikshank, Leech and others. Boston and New York. Houghton, Mifflin and Co. Riverside Press. 1894. A limited edition of 500 copies, of which this is number 271. In Thirty-Two volumes Hardcover. Bound in handsome red leather (crushed levant) with raised cords, gold lettering and decorations. Marbled paper boards and endpapers. Leather corners. Top edge gilt. About 400 page per volume. Many volumes have 3 plates at the front (higher numbers have only two), one of which is beautifully hand colored. Illustrated throughout with the original illustrations, with tissue guards. The set is: The Pickwick Papers (2 volumes); Sketches by Boz; Oliver Twist; Nicholas Nickleby (2 volumes); Old Curiosity Shop; Barnaby Rudge (2 volumes); Martin Chuzzlewit (2 volumes); Dombey and Son (2 volumes); David Copperfield (2 volumes); Bleak House (2 volumes); Little Dorrit (2 volumes); A Tale of Two Cities; Our Mutual Friend (2 volumes); Christmas Books (2 volumes); Hard Times; Uncommercial Traveller; Plays, Poems, Miscellanies; A Child’s History of England; Life, Letters, Speeched (2 volumes); The Dickens Dictionary. 2 volumes have small chips (nickel sized) on the crown of the spine where a piece of the leather is missing, and 4 others are cracked there, and the leather needs repair. 2 volumes have front cover detached (Volume 1 & the Christmas Books volume). Both covers are present. No other significant damage, but there is some wear to hinges and darkening to the leather corners throughout. A handsome set on 2 full shelves, notwithstanding the small chips mentioned above. Laid in at the front of the first volume, there is a check filled and signed by Dickens. Drawn on the bank of Messers Coutts & Compy. to ‘messrs Dawson, Newman & Co.’ in the amount of Thirty one pounds, six shillings and fourpence. Signed by Dickens and vigorously underlined, as was his style. Dated ‘Second February, 1866.’ The check is on blue paper, embossed with a ‘One Penny’ crowned stamp. It is struck through with blue ink. Mounted edgeways in white paper such that both sides are visible. Measures 7.5 x 3.75 inches. Endpaper and three blanks are detached on this volume. The page with the check is the first page attached. All the missing pages and board are here, however. Please email with questions or to request photos. Shipping will be more than the default settings, because it's 32 volumes. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # Fred-Sets44

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