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The Best of New Worlds / Compact: Moorcock, Michael (ed.)

Moorcock, Michael (ed.) Brian W Aldiss;James White; Robert Presslie; Harry Harrison; Arthur Sellings; Colin Kapp; J G Ballard; John Baxter; John Brunner; Hilary Bailey; E C Tubb; Langdon Jones; James Colvin; Barrington J Bayley

Published by London, UK: Compact Books, 1965, 1st edition, First Printing, London, England (1965)

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About this Item: London, UK: Compact Books, 1965, 1st edition, First Printing, London, England, 1965. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good (see description). Photo Cover (illustrator). First Edition. -----------paperback, a solid Very Good example, light wear and rubbing, some age toning to paper, this contains: Introduction by Michael Moorcock; The Pit My Parish by Brian W. Aldiss; Tableau [Sector General] by James White; Another Word for Man by Robert Presslie; I See You by Harry Harrison (variant of Robot Justice); The Outstretched Hand by Arthur Sellings; The Railways Up on Cannis [Unorthodox Engineers] by Colin Kapp; The Time Dweller [Scar-Faced Brooder 1] by Michael Moorcock; The Terminal Beach by J. G. Ballard; The Traps of Time by John Baxter; The Last Lonely Man by John Brunner; The Fall of Frenchy Steiner by Hilary Bailey; New Experience by E. C. Tubb; I Remember, Anita by Langdon Jones; The Mountain by Michael Moorcock [as by James Colvin]; All the King's Men by Barrington J. Bayley, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 161261

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Walter H. Page, editor; C.M. Keys, W.J. McGee, Samuel P Verner, Agnes C. Laut, M.G. Cunniff, Jewell H. Aubere, Luther Gulick, C.M. Keys, Leroy Scott, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1907)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1907. Original Wraps. Condition: Fair. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 8475 to 8586 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A fair copy over all, interior very good, pages clean, paper lightly yellowed, BUT exterior worn, spine chipped away, front cover loose and worn, back cover missing. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream. Seller Inventory # 30582

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Walter H. Page, editor; John Evans, Frederick van Eeden, Frances Williston Burks, C.M. Keys, Van Wyck Brooks, C.M. Keys, Alexander Irvine, Edwin Bjorkman, Thomas S. Baldwin, Perceval Landon, et al.

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1909. Original Wraps. Condition: Fair. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 11955 to 12066 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A fair copy over all, interior very good, clean, paper moderately yellowed, binding solid; exterior worn, front cover cover loose and moderately soiled, back cover missing, spine chipped away. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Seller Inventory # 30588

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Walter H. Page, editor; Mary Flexner, Henry Oyen, William Bayard Hale, Willis J. Abbott, Thomas F. Logan, Frank Parker Stockbridge, Arthur W. Page, Arthur H. Gleason, Joseph Fels, James B. Webster, John Franklin Fort, Owen Wilson, William G. McAdoo, Frank Koester, Warren H. Miller, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1912)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1912. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 481 to 598 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A good copy over all, interior very good, mostly clean, paper moderately yellowed, internal binding solid; exterior worn, lightly soiled, back cover missing, edge worn, spine chipped. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Seller Inventory # 45193

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Walter H. Page, editor; James J. Hill, C.M. Meyer, Katherine H. Wrenshall, B.L. Putnam Weale, Alexander Irvine, Selden Smyser, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1909)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1909. Original Wraps. Condition: Fair. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 12181 to 12290 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A fair copy over all, interior good, mostly clean, paper moderately yellowed, but first page soiled from exposure, binding solid; exterior worn, both covers loose, chipped and moderately soiled, spine chipped away. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Seller Inventory # 30590

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Matheson, Richard (intro)( Rod Serling related) Robert A Heinlein; Ben Bova; Gordon R Dickson; Carl Jacobi; Theodore Sturgeon; William F Nolan; Isaac Asimov; Dennis Etchison; Clifford D Simak; Ray Bradbury; Gardner R Dozois; Thomas F Monteleone; et al

Published by N.Y. / New York: Bantam Books, 1978, 1st Edition, First Printing, New York, NY (1978)

ISBN 10: 0553112759 ISBN 13: 9780553112757

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About this Item: N.Y. / New York: Bantam Books, 1978, 1st Edition, First Printing, New York, NY, 1978. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description ). Bob Larkin Cover Art (illustrator). First Edition. -----------paperback, a solid Very Good+ example, a bit of light rubbing and edge wear, faint number on the bottom edge of the text block, a bit of age toning to paper, this contains: Introduction by Richard Matheson; Robert A. Heinlein by Jack C. Haldeman; They by Robert A. Heinlein; Ben Bova by Haldeman; Fifteen Miles by Ben Bova; Gordon R. Dickson by Haldeman; Dolphin's Way by Gordon R. Dickson; Carl Jacobi by Haldeman; The Royal Opera House by Carl Jacobi; Theodore Sturgeon by Haldeman; Special Aptitude by Theodore Sturgeon; William F. Nolan by Haldeman; The Underdweller by William F. Nolan; Isaac Asimov by Haldeman; I'm in Marsport Without Hilda by Isaac Asimov; Dennis Etchison by Haldeman; A Nice, Shady Place by Dennis Etchison; Clifford D. Simak by Haldeman; Construction Shack by Clifford D. Simak; Ray Bradbury by Haldeman; A Little Journey by Ray Bradbury; Gardner R. Dozois by Haldeman; The Visible Man by Gardner Dozois; Thomas F. Monteleone by Haldeman; Mister Magister by Thomas F. Monteleone; Joe Haldeman & Robert Thurston by Haldeman; What Johnny Did on His Summer Vacation by Joe Haldeman and Robert Thurston; Fritz Leiber by Haldeman; Little Old Miss Macbeth by Fritz Leiber , any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 161308

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Weird Tales ( Pulp / Magazine ): Weird Tales: August

Weird Tales: August Derleth; Manly Banister; Allison V Harding; Manly Wade Wellman; Robert Bloch; Edmond Hamilton; Carl Jacobi; Reeder Gould; Ray Bradbury; Irwin J Weill

Published by N.Y. / New York: Weird Tales, July 1945, 1st Edition, First Printing, New York, NY (1945)

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About this Item: N.Y. / New York: Weird Tales, July 1945, 1st Edition, First Printing, New York, NY, 1945. Pulp. Condition: Fair (see description). Lee Brown Coye Cover Art (illustrator). First Edition. -----------pulp, about 6.5w x 9.75h inches, a Fair copy only, offered as is, a filler copy, tears and chips to edges and spine, browning and brittleness to paper, contents page was detached and has been re-attached with archival tape, sunning to the spine, tape on front cover and entire spine, this contains: The Watcher from the Sky by Derleth; Devil Dog by Banister; Fog Country by Harding; The Dai Sword by Wellman; One Way to mars by Bloch; The Inn Outside the World by Hamilton; Carnaby's Fish by Jacobi; Quaking Providence by Gould; The Dead man by Bradbury; The Eyrie, etc, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 159315

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Garnett, David S (ed.) John Clute, Roger Zelazny; J G Ballard; Kathe Koja; Dan Simmons; Lisa Tuttle; Brian Aldiss; Jonathan Carroll; Lucius Shepard; Garry Kilworth; Howard Waldrop; Ian Watson; James Patrick Kelly; et al

Published by London, UK: Orbit / Futura, 1988, 1989, Ist Edition, First Printing, London, England (1989)

ISBN 10: 0708883168 ISBN 13: 9780708883167

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About this Item: London, UK: Orbit / Futura, 1988, 1989, Ist Edition, First Printing, London, England, 1989. Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine (see description). Uncredited Cover Art (illustrator). Later Printing of the first Edition. ----------2 volumes (ONE SHIPPING PRICE ), trade paperbacks, about 5w x 7.75h inches, both are Near Fine copies, likely unread, a bit of age toning to paper, ---BOOK ONE CONTAINS: Introduction by David Garnett; Forever Yours, Anna by Kate Wilhelm; The Sun Spider by Lucius Shepard; Goodbye Houston Street, Goodbye by Richard Kadrey; Friend's Best Man by Jonathan Carroll; The Wound by Lisa Tuttle; E-Ticket to 'Namland by Dan Simmons; Ménage à Super-Trois by Felix C. Gotschalk; Rachel in Love by Pat Murphy; Agents by Paul Di Filippo; Lapidary Nights by Marta Randall; Murderers Walk by Garry Kilworth; Thirty Minutes Over Broadway! by Howard Waldrop; The Annotated Jetboy by Howard Waldrop; Opposite Numbers by Brian W. Aldiss; Science Fiction Novels of the Year (The Orbit Science Fiction Yearbook 1) essay by John Clute; Forever Changes essay by David Garnett ---BOOK TWO CONTAINS: Introduction essay by Lucius Shepard; The Secret History of World War 3 by J. G. Ballard; On the Edge by Sharon N. Farber; PrayerWare by Jack Massa; A Short Course in Art Appreciation by Paul Di Filippo; Vivaldi by Ian McDonald; Probability Pipeline by Marc Laidlaw and Rudy Rucker; Peaches for Mad Molly by Steven Gould; French Scenes by Howard Waldrop; Distances by Kathe Koja; Home Front by James Patrick Kelly; Deadboy Donner and the Filstone Cup by Roger Zelazny; The Flies of Memory by Ian Watson; Thanks for Drowning the Ocelot essay by Brian W. Aldiss; Science Fiction Novels of the Year (The Orbit Science Fiction Yearbook Two) essay by John Clute; This Was the Future essay by David Garnett, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 160378

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Walter H. Page, editor; Erie C. Hopwood, Henry Morganthau, Casper S. Yost, Henry Arthur Jones, Andre Tardieu, Ellis P. Oberholtzer, Michael Pupin, Kalle Makinen, Carl E. Akerley, Henry J. Haskell, Count Sergius Witte, Louis Graves, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1921)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1921. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 209 to 312 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A good )copy over all, interior very good, clean, paper lightly yellowed, binding solid; exterior moderately soiled with foxing and minor wear with several short tape marks. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream. Seller Inventory # 30350

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Walter H. Page, editor; Commander Robert E. Peary, Dr. Frederick Cook, B.L. Putnam Weale, John A Johnson, Edgar Allen Forbes, Augustus Post, Owen Wilson, Henry George jr., et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1909)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1909. Original Wraps. Condition: Fair. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 12067 to 12178 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A fair copy over all, interior very good, clean, paper moderately yellowed, binding solid; exterior worn, front cover cover loose and moderately soiled, back cover missing, spine chipped away. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Seller Inventory # 30589

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Walter H. Page, editor; Victor L. Whitechurch, Oscar Hammerstein, Smuel P. Orth, Edward Neville Vose, William McAndrew, Joseph Jackson, Frank Parker Stockbridge, Clarence Poe, Mabel Potter Daggett, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1912)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1912. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 1 to 120 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A good copy over all, interior very good, mostly clean, paper moderately yellowed, internal binding solid; exterior worn, front cover soiled, with some pen marking, edge worn, with some short edge tears, back cover clean, spine chipped. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Seller Inventory # 30614

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Walter H. Page, editor; Tudor Jenks, Eliot Lord, M.C. Krarup, Rowland Thomas, Arthur Huntington Gleason, William H. ALlen, Isaac F. Marcosson, Charles H. Caffin, M.G. Cunnif, Luther H. Gulick, Hubert Bruce Fuller, Samuel P. Verner, Frederick Upham Adams, C.A. Ficke, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1906)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1906. Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 8139 to 8250 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A good copy over all, interior very good, pages clean, paper moderately yellowed, BUT exterior worn, spine chipped, covers soiled. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream. Seller Inventory # 30575

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The Best of All Possible Worlds (: Robinson, Spider (ed.)

Robinson, Spider (ed.) Larry Niven, Oliver LaFarge; Theodore Sturgeon; Terry Carr; William Goldman; Robert Sheckley; Dean Ing; Anthony Boucher; Robert A Heinlein; Anatole France

Published by N.Y. / New York: ACE, 1980, 1st Edition, First Printing, New York, NY (1980)

ISBN 10: 0441054838 ISBN 13: 9780441054831

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About this Item: N.Y. / New York: ACE, 1980, 1st Edition, First Printing, New York, NY, 1980. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description ). Uncredited Cover Art (illustrator). First Edition. -----------paperback, a Very Good+ copy, tight square copy, a bit of age toning to paper, 373 pages, contents include: Inconstant Moon by Larry Niven; Spud and Cochise by Oliver LaFarge; The Man Who Traveled in Elephants by Robert A. Heinlein; Need by Theodore Sturgeon; Hop Friend by Terry Carr; Seventh Victim by Robert Sheckley; Duel Scene (from the Princess Bride) by William Goldman; They Bite by Anthony Boucher; Our Lady's Juggler by Anatole France; Portions of This Program by Dean Ing, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 161164

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Walter H. Page, editor; Laura A. Smith, Jesse E. Burks, William T. Prossner, John D. Rockefeller, Lawrence Perry, Stanley Johnson, Roy Chapman Andrews, Andrew Carnegie, Lieut. Col. J.H. Patterson, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York (1908)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, New York, 1908. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First edition thus. A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 10947 to 11058 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A good copy over all, interior very good, clean, paper lightly yellowed, binding solid; BUT exterior worn, soiling and chipping to cover edges, back strip chipped away, covers loose, and first page soiled from exposure. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Seller Inventory # 30353

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AMERICAN HERITAGE Magazine, December 1995, Volume 46,: American Heritage Magazine

American Heritage Magazine / Richard Snow (ed.) Geoffrey C Ward; George F Kennan; John Lukacs; James M Lamont; Curt Wohleber; Edward Sorel; J Steele Gordon; Bernard A Weisberger ( H P Lovecarft; José Miguel Covarrubias Duclaud related)

Published by N.Y. / New York: American Heritage Magazine, 1995, 1st Edition, First Printing ( Hardcover Edition ), New York, NY (1995)

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About this Item: N.Y. / New York: American Heritage Magazine, 1995, 1st Edition, First Printing ( Hardcover Edition ), New York, NY, 1995. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine (see description). Photo Cover (illustrator). First Edition. ------------hardcover edition of this magazine, a Fine copy, 112 pages, colour and b&w photos and illustrations, the hardcover editions of this magazine were produced for collectors of the magazine and are few and far between, this edition contains some very nice colour illustrations (and b&w) of HPL publications including the February 1936 cover for Astounding Stories with the cover art for At the Mountains of Madness and the June 1936 cover for The Shadow Out of Time, -----contents include: From World War to Cold War by Kennan and Lukacs; The Little Diplomat by Lamont Jr ( Douglas MacArthur in Japan ); The Man Who Can Scare Stephen King by Wohleber; Covarrubias by Sorel; Letter from the Editor; Letters; The Life and Times - Small Screen Lives ( three movies Sunrise at Campobello / Mrs Parker and the Vicious Circle / Jefferson in Paris ) by Ward; The Robber Baronesses by Gordon ( Victoria Woodhull and Tennessee Caflin on Wall Street ); America's African Colony - Liberia by Weisberger; The Old Neighborhood - Strawberry Banke, New Hampshire by the editors; My Day with Hemingway by the readers ( Ernest Hemingway ); Editor's Choice (about current books); Perisphere Pentimento - 1939 World's Fair photo and brief article, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 156550

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Matheson, Richard (signed), edited by Stanley Wiater ( Rod Serling Related )

Published by Springfield, PA.: Edge Books, a Division of Gauntlet Press, 2001, 2002 (reprints the Cemetery Dance, 1998 Limited Edition ), 1st Softcover edition, First Printing, Springfield, Pennsylvania (2001)

ISBN 10: 1887368523 ISBN 13: 9781887368520

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About this Item: Springfield, PA.: Edge Books, a Division of Gauntlet Press, 2001, 2002 (reprints the Cemetery Dance, 1998 Limited Edition ), 1st Softcover edition, First Printing, Springfield, Pennsylvania, 2001. Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine (see description). Photo Cover (illustrator). First Edition. ----------2 volumes (ONE SHIPPING PRICE ), trade paperbacks, both are Near Fine / Fine unread copies, very slight bump at upper corner of front panel of volume one, both volumes are signed by Matheson, these contains the scripts for: The Last Flight; A World of Difference;; ;A World of His Own; Nick of Time; The Invaders; Once Upon A Time; Little Girl Lost; Young Man's Fancy; Mute; Death Ship; Steel; Nightmare at 20,000 Feet; Night Call; Spur of the Moment, each script is preface by a brief essay by Matheson, as well as a list of the cast and , producer and director, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. Seller Inventory # 143841

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Matheson, Richard (signed) with a Preface by Stanley Wiater (signed) ( Rod Serling Related )

Published by Abingdon, MD.: Cemetery Dance, 1998, 1st edition, First Printing, Abingdon, Maryland (1998)

ISBN 10: 1881475360 ISBN 13: 9781881475361

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About this Item: Abingdon, MD.: Cemetery Dance, 1998, 1st edition, First Printing, Abingdon, Maryland, 1998. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine (see description). No Dustjacket as Issued (illustrator). First Edition. ----------hardcover, a Fine copy in a Near Fine slipcase, no dustjacket as issued, signed by Matheson and Wiater, #341 of 500 signed and numbered copies, this contains the scripts for: The Last Flight; A World of Difference;; ;A World of His Own; Nick of Time; The Invaders; Once Upon A Time; Little Girl Lost; Young Man's Fancy; Mute; Death Ship; Steel; Nightmare at 20,000 Feet; Night Call; Spur of the Moment, each script is preface by a brief essay by Matheson, as well as a list of the cast and , producer and director, and finally this contains a letter from Serling to Matheson (reproduced and part of the book - not a separate letter), overseas shipping (outside of Canada and the USA ) will require additional postage, one of 500 copies, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. Seller Inventory # 143839

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About this Item: London, J. Senex, W. & J. Innys, J. Osborn & T. Longman, 1726.Contemporary calf (rebacked), with red morocco title label to spine. With fine engraved title-vignette, folding double-hemisphere world map, and 4 engraved plates (2 folding). (4),XXXII,(4),468 pp. First edition; with armorial bookplate of Thomas Lloyd. - 'Captains Shelvocke and Clipperton led a privately financed privateering expedition to attack Spanish shipping. Shelvocke gave his superior officer the ship in a stom and proceeded to Brazil and thence to the west coast of South America, where in two months he sacked Payta, Peru and captured several small prices. His vessel, the Speedwell, was wrecked at Juan Fernàndez Island, but a ship was built out of the wreckage, and he sailed up the coast to Baja California. After crossing the Pacific via Guam and Macao. Shelvocke returned to England, where he was accused of piracy and embezzlement, and then acquitted. He soon left for the Continent a wealthy man. Shelvocke wrote this account, in part, as a vindication of his conduct' (Hill p.554). 'From the Brazilian aspect, Shelvocke's voyage is of interest because he landed at Santa Catharina, and describes it at length in a special chapter' (Borba de Moraes p.796). 'In the map of the world California is shown as an island. Two of the plates represent male and female inhabitants of California. Shelvocke has the fullest accounts of California, the natives and other features, of any of the old voyagers' (Cowan p.212). Selvocke's controversial narrative is probably best known as the inspiration behind the albatross incident in Coleridge's Rime of the ancient mariner (Howgego p.958). - (Title-page trimmed with loss of part of final line). - A clean copy of this privateering expedition against Spanish shipping on the Pacific Coast of America. Hill 1557; Sabin 80158; European-Americana VI, p.16; Howes S.383. Seller Inventory # 33533

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