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Second Printing. The author's second novel. According to Hargraves' bibliography, the second printing was 5,500 copies. 212 pages. PS: Don't let people talk you into believing copies with two dots are a "second state" or "second issue" of the first edition. That's not what they mean. The dots mean a second.....
Uncorrected Proof. Includes "A Childhood", "Fathers, Sons, Blood", "The Gypsy's Curse", "The Car", "Car: A Novel", and "Climbing the Tower." This is the Advance Reading Copy (ARC) in decorative wrappers (to be distinguished from the blue proof). Page block separated from covers, as usual (the glue does not stick to the.....
Uncorrected Proof. Includes "A Childhood", "Fathers, Sons, Blood", "The Gypsy's Curse", "The Car", "Car: A Novel", and "Climbing the Tower." This is the uncorrected proof in blue printed wrappres, not the more common Advance Reading Copy (ARC) in decorative wrappers. A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Minor edge wear.
First Edition. Paginated 131-251. 7 by 10-1/4 inches. Contains the Long Wail; the second appearance in print by Crews. Other contributors include Jesse Hill Ford and Marion Montgomery. Overhanging (yapped) edges bent and chipped, foxing to pages, else a very good copy in wrappers (paperback).
First Edition. A collection of the short stories and novellas, including The Fireman, that became Bradbury's most famous novel. An interesting look at Bradbury's creative process. 300 pages. Edited by Donn Albright. First edition (first printing). A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
First Edition. Description of the first editions of 55 Harrison books, illustrated with photos, plus documentation of hundreds of periodical appearances, dust jacket blurbs, and interviews. One of 100 numbered copies signed by Harrison and the authors, with a giclée print of the trade edition dust jacket art, signed by the.....
First Edition. Three Brett books, all first editions, all signed. In a custom cloth clamshell box. All first editions. All three signed by Brett. Stolen Steers also signed by the illustrator Michael Frary, with a drawing. All very good in like dust jackets. Box somewhat sunfaded.
Third Edition. A book about how television shows are made and broadcast for middle-school students. Illustrated with many cartoon drawings by Ralph Steadman early in his career. Originally published in 1958. Third edition. An ex-library copy with several ink stamps and a repair to the rear hinge; lacking the dust jacket.....
Uncorrected Proof. An uncommon proof of a mass market paperback original horror novel. 5-3/8 by 8-1/4 inches. 179 pages. A very good copy, somewhat faded at the spine. With a bookplate, "From the Library of", signed by Joe R. Lansdale. This may well have been one of his copies.
First Edition. Barnes' fourth book, or more correctly, the fourth book published under his own name. Booker Prize winning author. First edition ("First published" stated). A fine copy in a fine dust jacket with a GBP10.95 sticker over the original price.. Signed by Barnes on the title page.
A high-quality facsmile of the 1813 London edition of Langsdorff's account of his participation in a Russian circumnavigation voyage and his subsequent explorations of the Aleutian Islands. xxi, 362, ; [viii], 386,  pages. With black-and-white reproductions of the original plates, and a large folding map at the front of volume.....
A high-quality facsimile of the 1799 London edition, with a separate volume of maps and plates. A nice edition of a classic circumnavigation account. , lvi, 539; viii, 531,  pages. Atlas with 69 folding, full-, and double-page plates and maps. Text volumes, 8 by 10 inches; atlas volume 11 by.....