Published by Thomas Nelson, 1997
hardcover. Condition: Good. Signed. Cover and edges shows shelf wear. Pages are clean and intact.
Published by Samuel Curl, 1941
Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Tattered DJ. This volume is signed by the editor. 715pp. Very good although the front hinge is loose. (loc 633/1).
Published by Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1976
Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1864 pp. SIGNED BY JERRY FALWELL (possibly autosigned? See photo). Leather cover in very good condition, little wear. Binding is tight, text block seems unmarked. Signed by Author(s).
Published by Strathmore Press, New York, 1948
Hardcover. 44p., original green boards slightly soiled, endpapers foxed, limited to 500 copies, inscribed by De Witt. The book is dedicated in print to Upton Sinclair. S.A. DeWitt was one of the socialist assemblymen suspended from the New York legislature during the red scare after World War I.
Published by Viking Studio,, NY:, 1999
Seller: Grendel Books, ABAA/ILAB, Springfield, MA, U.S.A.
Book First Edition Signed
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 232 engravings. First printing of the Viking Studio edition of the Pennyroyal Caxton Bible. SIGNED by Barry Moser on the colophon page. Fine in a near fine (sun fading to front panel, spine, and spine edge of rear panel) dust jacket. Sewn-in ribbon bookmark. ; Signed by Illustrator.
Published by University of Chicago Press, 1943
First Edition Signed
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by Edgar Goodspeed on front endpaper. First edition. Hard cover published by Univ. of Chicago Press in 1943. No dust jacket. Blue covers with gilt lettering on spine. Spine has tanned some. Corners of covers are slightly bumped and have some rubbing. Pages have slight toning. Also included is a small card with the printed names of the Goodspeeds and their address in Los Angeles, and with a handwritten note from Edgar and Elfieda on interior. Book is in good condition. Small 8vo, 600 pages, 1.5 lb.; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; 600 pages.
Published by New Haven, CT: Printed at the Printing-Office of the Yale University Press - James Van Dyk, 1957., 1957
PORTFOLIO NO. 4 OF A SIGNED LIMITED EDITION OF 50 COPIES with ALS (autographed letter signed) by the artist laid-in. Original box present but well toned with some staining and soiling; several tears to box with splitting at two corner seams; light indention/sag to top panel of box. Oblong black paper portfolio folder: H 22.75cm x L 40.75. Laid-in folder is artist's handwritten letter on unlined standard 8.5"x11" stationery dated May 29, 1957 to "Charlotte and Bill" (possibly a maternal aunt and uncle) with nineteen lines total (three paragraphs) including "Love | Jim." as a two-line valediction; entire letter on single side of sheet which is creased and worn along lower right half but not affecting text. Portfolio comprised of total of twelve unbound single-sided sheets paged as , 1-9,  with italicized text taken from the Book of Isaiah and featuring a total of ten b/w wood engravings by Van Dyk. Touch of soiling to title leaf recto but otherwise sheets are clean; deckle fore-edges. Colophon states: "Designed in the Department of Design of Yale University by James Van Dyk. This book has been set in Monotype 14 point Garamond Italic. Printed at the Printing-Office of the Yale University Press. A signed limited edition of fifty copies This is portfolio No. 4" with the number handwritten in black ink immediately followed by the artist's ink signature. OCLC only locates copies at Yale and NYPL. James Van Dyk was a graduate design student at Yale and studied under Josef Albers. Van Dyk (who occasionally signed work as "Van Dijk" but not with this portfolio) taught at University of Pennsylvania and exhibited at MoMA in 1962 which retains a work in their permanent collection with several others held by other museums.
Published by Arion Press, San Francisco, 1982
Seller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA, Boston, MA, U.S.A.
Dine, Jim (illustrator). Folio. (64)pp. From an edition of 165, this is one of fifteen hors commerce copies, signed by Jim Dine and by Andrew Hoyem, the printer. This publication marks only the second artist's book from the Press, in addition to being its first collaboration with Dine, whose riveting expressionistic woodcuts depict objects and characters in Revelation, such as a skull, a cloud, the Beast, the serpent, and a two-page spread of angel's wings. The text is set in Garamond, with the voices of God and the angels distinguished by type size. To ensure that the pages would lie flat, Hoyem himself sewed the signatures concertina-style over a flexible core of plastic and nylon fiber. The binding is quarter-inch laminated oak boards with a lightning-bolt device by Dine, backed in white alum-tawed pigskin. One of the major artists' books of our times, drawing on a long tradition of illustrated Apocalypses, from Dürer to the present. Typical light toning to spine, else a fine copy. Prospectus laid in. (Arion Bibliography 10).
Published by The Arion Press, San Francisco, 1982
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dine, Jim (illustrator). Limited Edition. (The Arion Press) THE APOCALYPSE: THE REVELATION OF SAINT JOHN THE DIVINE: THE LAST BOOK OF THE NEW TESTAMENT FROM THE KING JAMES VERSION OF THE BIBLE, 1611. WITH TWENTY-NINE PRINTS FROM WOODBLOCKS CUT BY JIM DINE. San Francisco: The Arion Press, 1982. LIMITED EDITION; #139 of 150 copies, signed by the artist, and one of only 8 copies of the special box edition with the skull sculpture. Folio - 15" x 11". White pigskin backed oak boards with lightening-bolt pattern to front and back covers, with titles blind-stamped to spine, for what is a magnificent copy of the book. Original publisher's special oak box, limited to just eight examples thereof, housing a relief sculpture of a skull face by Jim Dine, cast in bonded plaster and individually painted by the artist; book is housed in a recessed tray located in the base of box, which is held in place by way of four flush-mounted oak latching mechanisms.  pp. This was the tenth book published by The Arion Press, and the first in collaboration with a major American artist; letterpress text set by hand and printed damp on French handmade Apta Velin from the Richard De Bas Mill; illustrated with twenty-nine black and white woodblock prints by Jim Dine. Included with this offering is a copy of the original  pp. prospectus for the book. The condition of all three items, i.e., the prospectus, the book and the sculptural box is FINE. Only three copies of the original prospectus located on OCLC/WorldCat. RARE. No copies of the special edition of eight in the sculptural box located on OCLC/WorldCat, and only two copies have appeared at auction since its issue in 1982. EXCEEDINGLY RARE. Signed by Illustrator(s).