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THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN, OR, THE COMICAL METAMORPHOSES: A WORK ENTIRELY CALCULATED TO EXCITE LAUGHTER IN GROWN PERSONS, AND PROMOTE MORALITY, IN THE YOUNG ONES, OF BOTH SEXES.

THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN, OR, THE COMICAL METAMORPHOSES: A WORK ENTIRELY CALCULATED TO EXCITE LAUGHTER IN GROWN PERSONS, AND PROMOTE MORALITY, IN THE YOUNG ONES, OF BOTH SEXES.

London: Edward Ryland, 1770. 4.5 X 3.5 thin book in plaid red and green soft covers showing some amount of soiling and moderate shelf wear; paper heavily faded with some stains and offsetting; text clean and readable; front and back gutters repaired with tape; binding strong; small pencil inscriptions on first front end page; light foxing on some plates; this book is imperfect: lacking 12 pages of text and 8 plates out of 33 in original version; printed in small pocket size, causing misalignment of some plates with part of caption occasionally cut off; sold as is; see AlanB area.
[Book #9-32-1257307] Dupont
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A SUMMER IN HIGH ASIA. F. E. S. Adair.

A SUMMER IN HIGH ASIA

London: W. Thacker & Co. 1899. First edition. Octavo, 285pp. Hardcover without jacket. Bumping and shelf-wear. Soiling and sunning to cloth-bound boards. Light, scattered foxing throughout text. Moderate age-toning to margins of endpapers. Spine cocked. Rear hinge cracked. Spine cracked in several places. Fold-out map in rear perfectly intact. Good copy only. Shelve: CASE #9. Spine is brown cloth with black text in dark green box.
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THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS: A STUDY OF FARID ud-DIN ATTAR'S POEM USING JALI DIWANI CALLIGRAPHY. Farah K. Behbehani.

THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS: A STUDY OF FARID ud-DIN ATTAR'S POEM USING JALI DIWANI CALLIGRAPHY

New York: Thames & Hudson, 2009. 1st. Design and Calligraphy by Farah K. Behbehani. Small folio, 166pp, in teal cloth in slipcase. Includes a scroll-cut bookmark with a key explaining how to read Jali Diwani calligraphy. SIGNED by the artist. Condition is Extremely Fine, with only slight traces of wear at the extremities of the slipcase. -Shelved in Case #11.
[Book #9-114-1193769] Dupont
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AUTOGRAPH OF CALVIN COOLIDGE. Calvin Coolidge.

AUTOGRAPH OF CALVIN COOLIDGE

6 1/2" x 4" piece of paper with a vignette of the White House. Signature of Calvin Coolidge underneath the vignette. Nothing on rear. faint smudge to upper left corner. Shelved DI autograph folder 1.
[Book #9-87-1272285] Dupont
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THE SAVOY COCKTAIL BOOK [SIGNED]. Harry Craddock, Gilbert Rumbold, illustrator.

THE SAVOY COCKTAIL BOOK [SIGNED]

London: Constable & Company, Ltd. 1930. First Edition, First Printing. First Issue. Craddock’s The Savoy Cocktail Book, a collection of 750 cocktails, was first published in 1930, and is still in print today. He is sometimes credited with creating a number of classic cocktails, including the famous Corpse Reviver #2 and White Lady. This copy is signed by Harry Craddock with inscription "Here's How". First issue with number on title page and errata slip tipped in at page 25; winner of the First International Cocktail Competition, Madrid. Hardcover with illustrated boards, 287 pages 8vo., 287pp.; VG; Quarter cloth, with Art Deco illustrated boards and interior, spine black with faded gilt lettering; chipping to head and tail of spine, bumping to corners; some rubbing to edges of boards; interior slightly age-toned but clean; SIGNED by Harry Craddock on recto of dedication page, with inscription 'Here's How'; first issue with number on title page and errata slip tipped in at page 25; winner of the First International Cocktail Competition, Madrid; BC consignment; shelved case 6.
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AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY JEFFERSON DAVIS [ALS]. Jefferson Davis.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY JEFFERSON DAVIS [ALS]

One piece of paper, measuring approximately 9" x 6", with letter signed by Jefferson Davis. Dated the 30th of April, 1883, it is addressed to Robert Lee Stevens. Attached to a larger piece of paper, measuring approximately 9" x 6". On the recto is a small piece of paper, measuring approximately 1/2" x 2 1/2", with the autograph of Truman Smith, U.S.S. One piece of paper, one measuring approximately 9" x 6", with an autograph letter signed by Jefferson Davis. Dated the 30th of April, 1883, it is addressed to a Robert Lee Stevens. It is attached to a larger piece of paper, measuring approximately 9" x 6". On the recto is a small piece of paper, measuring approximately 1/2" x 2 1/2", with the autograph of Truman Smith, U. S. S. Shelved DI autograph folder.
[Book #9-87-1272828] Dupont
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A TREATISE ON ELECTRICITY, IN THEORY AND PRACTICE (In Two Volumes). Aug De La Rive.

A TREATISE ON ELECTRICITY, IN THEORY AND PRACTICE (In Two Volumes)

London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1853. Octavo. Hardcover without jacket as issued in VG- condition. Bumping and shelf-wear. Green leatherbound boards with gilt filagree ornamentation; marbled text-block and decorative endpapers. General edge-wear to boards, including surface scratches, chipping, rubbing and flaking to leather. Bookplate on paste down end page and previous owner's signature to fly-leaf. Text is clean. Binding is sturdy. Shelve: CASE #7 Spine is dark green leather with gilt decoration and gilt text on red band.
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LADY KILLER. Elisabeth Holding Sanxay.

LADY KILLER.

New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1942. First edition. Honey had know she wasn't marrying Weaver for love; but it wasn't only for money or because she was tired of modeling. She liked Weaver. Life with him, she had thought, would be gracious and pleasant. But by the time they embarked on the cruise ship, seven months later, Honey was asking herself in despair: "What have I done?" Raymond Chandler called the author "the top suspense writer of them all". Hardcover with dust jacket. 275 pages. Small octavo in black hardcovers with black and yellow DJ in brodart; VG/VG; black and white letters on spine; good binding; deckle edges; paper slightly faded; text clean; pp. 275; shelved in Mystery section.
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KALOS: Paintings. Otto Lohmuller.

KALOS: Paintings

Baden, DE: Zeus, 1987. First. Quarto, 104pp (unpaginated) in light brown paper-covered illustrated boards with white titles, no dustjacket as issued. SIGNED and inscribed by author on ffep. VG+ with slight rubbing and corner wear to covers, one ding on leading edge of front cover, otherwise clean, tight and bright,
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THE RUSSIAN FACE OF GERMANY: AN ACCOUNT OF THE SECRET MILITARY RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GERMAN AND SOVIET-RUSSIAN GOVERNMENTS. Cecil F. Melville.

THE RUSSIAN FACE OF GERMANY: AN ACCOUNT OF THE SECRET MILITARY RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GERMAN AND SOVIET-RUSSIAN GOVERNMENTS

London: Wishart & Co. 1932. First Edition. The aim of this book was to bring to the notice of British public opinion the menace to the peace of Europe constituted by secret military relations between the German and Soviet-Russian Governments. The most intensive period of Soviet military collaboration with Weimar Germany was 1930–1932. Alongside the Soviet Union's military and economic assistance, there was also political backing for Germany's military aspirations. Most of the documents pertaining to secret German-Soviet military cooperation were systematically destroyed in Germany, but some documents were recovered after world war two. This scarce book from the early pre-war years reveals how much was known at the time. Hardcover, 230 pages. 10mo., 230pp.; VG/none; bound in black cloth with red lettering on spine; lacking dust jacket; mild wear to corners, head and tail of spine; slight age-toning to pages; interior clean; extremely scarce; shelved case 9.
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11.
EIGHT PAMPHLETS REGARDING THE YAZOO LAND SCANDAL, BOUND TOGETHER, WITH THE OWNERSHIP OF AND HAND ANNOTATED INFORMATION BY JOHN RANDOLPH. John Randolph, owner.

EIGHT PAMPHLETS REGARDING THE YAZOO LAND SCANDAL, BOUND TOGETHER, WITH THE OWNERSHIP OF AND HAND ANNOTATED INFORMATION BY JOHN RANDOLPH

Washington, DC: 1795-1805. NEWSLETTER TEXT: EIGHT PAMPHLETS REGARDING THE YAZOO LAND SCANDAL, BOUND TOGETHER, WITH ANNOTATIONS BY JOHN RANDOLPH OF ROANOKE Washington, DC: 1795-1805. The Yazoo land scandal was a massive real-estate fraud perpetrated in the mid-1790s by Georgia governor George Mathews and the Georgia General Assembly. Georgia politicians sold large tracts of territory in the Yazoo lands, portions of the present-day states of Alabama and Mississippi, to political insiders at very low prices in 1794. Although the law enabling the sales was overturned by reformers the following year, its ability to do so was challenged in the courts, eventually reaching the US Supreme Court. In the landmark decision of Fletcher v. Peck (1810), the Court ruled that the contracts were binding and the state could not retroactively invalidate the earlier land sales. These pamphlets were bound together at the direction of John Randolph (1773-1833) who served in the House of Representatives at various times between 1799 and 1833 and in the U.S. Senate (1825-1827). OTHER DESCRIPTION: 8vo.; VG-; 1/2 bound, black spine with gilt lettering, marbled boards; moderate wear to boards, including bumping to corners, fraying to corner and board edges, small separation at hinges; spine has some cracking and small amount of peeling; larger bump on upper edge of rear board; lower edge of front board rubbed enough that it is no longer even with the rear board, and the volume with not stand upright alone; front board slightly loose, but still attached; ex-library, with a bookplate for Mt. Wesley School Seventh and Eighth Grade on the front pastedown, and a handwritten presentation statement. The following items are bound in: 1) Report Of The Committee To Whom Was Referred, On The 26th Ultimo, The Consideration Of The Expediency Of Accepting From The State Of Connecticut A Cession of Jurisdiction Of The Territory West Of Pennsylvania, Commonly Called The Western Reserve Of Connecticut. 21st March, 1800. Published by order of the House of Representatives. 31 pages (lacking pages 11-14), Randolph has made notes or annotations on pages 7, 10, 16. 2) Charge Of Judge Patterson. April Term, 1795. 24 pages, page 15 has some fading to the upper fore corner., no writing. 3) Message From The President Of The United States, Accompanying Certain Articles Of Agreement And Cession, Which Have Been Entered Into And Signed By The Commissioners Of The United States. 26th April, 1802. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. 'complete copy' written on title page. 8 pages. 4) Report Of The Commissioners Appointed In Pursuance Of An Act For The Amicable Settlement Of Limits With The State Of Georgia, And Authorizing The Establishment Of A Government In The Mississippi Territory. 29th November, 1804. pages 9-156. Published by order of the House of Representatives. Randolph has made notes or annotations on pages 58, 59, 111, 122. 5) Certain Principles, and Observations, On The Late Rescinding Act Of The State Of Georgia, In 1796, And The Convention There-After Had-Submitted For Consideration. One page, front and back, folded twice vertically and once horizontally. Edges unevenly cut. Small water stain. 6) Memorial, &c. Of The Virginia Yazoo Company, To The Congress Of The United States. Washington: Printed by William Duane & Son. 1802. 36 pages. Randolph has made notes or annotations on pages 3, 27. 7) Memorial Of The Agents Of The New England Mississippi Land Company To Congress With A Vindication Of Their Title At Law Annexed. [4] 7 pages, 109 pages. Randolph has made notes or annotations on page 86. Vindication printed by A. & G. Way, City of Washington, 1804. 8) Remarks, Occasioned By The View Taken Of The Claims Of 1789, In A Memorial To Congress Of The Agents Of The New England Mississippi Land Company With A Vindication Of Their Title At Law, Annexed. 35 pages. Printed by William Duanr & Son, Washington City, 1805. Randolph has made notes or annotations on title page. 9) Facts, In Reply To The Agents Of The New England Land Company. [2], 26 pages. Randolph has made notes or annotations on page 26. Randolph has written part or all of his name on title pages of items 1, 6, 7, 8, 9. On the front endpaper facing the first title page is a page of handwritten notes in Randolph's hand. The full text is as follows: **I have had this 'report' bound up with the Yazoo papers, because, in principle, it sanctions that kindred fraud. John Marshall was Chairman of the Committee, he brought it in, but it was not in his ['his' underlined] power to make any sort ['sort' underlined] of a defense of it. What more can be said of it in justice? Gallatin, on this occasion, bargained with the Yankees. I told his friends. All Pennsylvania at this instance voted for the Bill. He did not dare to say one word in favor of it. Granger, on behalf of the Connecticut Democrats, approached Mr. Macon + depreciated the ruin of Republicanism in his country (He was an agent for the claim). Mr. Macon told him "The sooner such Republicanism was ruined the better!"** Bio: At the start of Jefferson’s administration, in 1801, Randolph was not only the majority leader, but the president’s confidant as well. He either drafted or managed all of Jefferson’s major legislative initiatives, including the elimination of internal taxes, payment of the national debt, financing for the Louisiana Purchase, rollbacks in the size of government, and repeal of the Federalist Judiciary Act. Then came the culmination of the Yazoo land fraud and scandal. Beginning in 1795, the Georgia legislature transferred thirty-five million acres, known as the Yazoo land, to four land companies at a cost of one and a half cents per acre. The land giveaway was stunning in itself, but outrage was had once it was revealed that every member of the legislature who voted for the transfer had been bribed with shares in the very same Yazoo land companies. The citizens of Georgia voted out every known corrupt legislator and immediately rescinded the land transfer. The question then became: Who owned the land? The state of Georgia argued that by rescinding the corrupt transfer, it was Georgia's, but the numerous purchasers who had bought the land from state established land companies argued that it was theirs. Secretary of State James Madison crafted a settlement under which Georgia would cede the Yazoo territory to the United States for $1,250,000 and a reserve of five million acres to satisfy other claimants. Randolph opposed this “bailout” and was shocked Jefferson would support it. He saw no authority in the Constitution for such action and believed the state of Georgia had the right to reverse a fraudulent act. Shortly after the Yazoo issue came the failed impeachment trial of Justice Samuel Chase. Randolph believed, as did Jefferson, that impeachment was the constitutional mechanism for removing judges. He believed that impeachment of judges was unlike presidential impeachment, which is for high crimes and misdemeanors, and was the sole check the legislature had on judges. So when Justice Chase starting advocating for Federalist policy positions from the bench, Randolph brought a bill of impeachment. The House impeached Chase, but the Senate did not convict. And at some point during the process, Jefferson backed off and left Randolph alone in the fight. James Madison, who did not like Randolph, also gave Republicans cover for not voting to convict. Randolph rightly felt betrayed, lamenting that Jefferson had effectively taken away the only check the legislature had on the court. Jefferson wrote: “The example of John Randolph, now the outcast of the world, is a caution to all honest and prudent men to sacrifice a little of self-confidence and to go with their friends although they sometimes think they are going wrong.” To Randolph though, the only reason he was sent by Virginia to Congress was to secure freedom. As such, he denounced liberty’s foes in all their forms. To him, government attracted these anti-principles, funded them by oppressive taxation, consolidated them in burgeoning agencies, and facilitated them by opportunism and duplicity. There could be no compromise with such forces. “I challenge any man,” he said, “to put his finger upon any vote or act of mine that contravenes [the liberty of the citizen] or to show the vote given by me that tends to abridge the rights of the States, the franchises of the citizen, or even to add to his burdens in any shape.” The “Old Republicans” were a party that formed from the remnant of Jeffersonian Republicans who split with Jefferson over the issues listed above and stood with Randolph. They were called the “Tertium Quids”, Latin for “third something”, because they were neither Republicans or Federalists, with Randolph as the chief Quid. shelved case 1.
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A SKETCH OF THE CAREER OF RICHARD F. BURTON:   COLLECTED FROM "MEN OF EMINENCE;" FROM SIR RICHARD AND LADY BURTON'S OWN; FROM THE PRESS; FROM PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE, AND VARIOUS OTHER RELIABLE SOURCES . Alfred Bates Richards, Andrew Wilson, St. Clair Baddeley.

A SKETCH OF THE CAREER OF RICHARD F. BURTON: COLLECTED FROM "MEN OF EMINENCE;" FROM SIR RICHARD AND LADY BURTON'S OWN; FROM THE PRESS; FROM PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE, AND VARIOUS OTHER RELIABLE SOURCES

London: Waterlow & Sons Limited, 1886. 1st edition. In good condition only. Duodecimo. Thick-stock cardboard boards and cloth spine. Moderate foxing to endpapers, light foxing interspersed throughout text. Spine has crack at top and bottom of the front board's hinge (approx. 1" each). Cloth on spine has 2 line-tears measuring 3/4 and 2 1/2". Some minor rubbing and edge wear to boards. Developed photograph of Burton on page opposite to half title (intended by publisher). 96 pp. Some rubbing to boards. All else is good. Shelve in case 6 with Farwell Collection (Spine is black cloth with no text).
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IACOBI SADOLETI, EPISCOPI CARPENTORACTI. Epistolarum libri sexdecim. Eiusdem ad Paulum Sadoletum epistolarum liber unus. Vita eiusdem autoris per Antonium Florebellum. Jacopus Sadoletus.

IACOBI SADOLETI, EPISCOPI CARPENTORACTI. Epistolarum libri sexdecim. Eiusdem ad Paulum Sadoletum epistolarum liber unus. Vita eiusdem autoris per Antonium Florebellum

Lugduni: Haered Seb. Gryphii, 1560. Octavo; 716 pp. Parchment wrappers. Old tideline from water stain on wrappers and first few pages. Foxing and worm damage throughout. Previous owners annotations and cross-outs throughout. Good copy only. Text in Latin. Shelved in Case #3.
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WRATH OF FU MANCHU. Sax Rohmer.

WRATH OF FU MANCHU

London: Tom Stacey, 1973. First thus. Final volume in the Fu-Manchu collection brings together some unpublished manuscripts and stories which previously appeared only in magazine form. The title novella and three other stories feature the evil Dr. Fu-Manchu. Eight other stories round out this collection in the author's characteristic style. Hardcover with dust jacket. 244 pages. Shelved in Hardcover Mystery / Thriller.
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WHITE HOUSE NANNIE: MY YEARS WITH CAROLINE AND JOHN KENNEDY, JR. Maud Shaw.

WHITE HOUSE NANNIE: MY YEARS WITH CAROLINE AND JOHN KENNEDY, JR.

New York: New American Library, 1966. First Edition, First Printing. The author began her tenure as the Kennedy's English nanny just before the birth of Caroline, when JFK was still a young Senator. She stayed with the family for seven unforgettable years. A number of delightful and deeply moving photographs illustrate these memoirs, and Miss Shaw's love and affection for her charges lights every page. Hardcover with dust jacket. 205 pages. 8vo., 205 pp., VG-/G+; green cloth-covered spine with gold lettering; red paper-covered boards with white illustration and dark green endpapers; slight cocking to spine; off-white paper dust jacket with black and red text, black and white pictures to front and back covers, protected by mylar; bumping and chipping to head and tail of spine of dust jacket, as well as to edges and corners; staining (likely water damage) to edges and hinges of spine of dust jacket; age-toning to text-block; mild soiling to fore- and bottom-edge of text-block; slight bumping to head of spine; rubbing to top corner of front board; stated first printing on copyright page; interior clean; shelved Political Biography/The Kennedys.
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FRANKENSTEIN; OR, THE MODERN PROMETHEUS [VOLUME TWO OF TWO ONLY]. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.

FRANKENSTEIN; OR, THE MODERN PROMETHEUS [VOLUME TWO OF TWO ONLY]

Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1833. First U.S. Edition. 8vo., 197pp., 21pp. ads; G+; spine light brown, damaged tan label with black lettering; 1/4 bound, light brown-colored cloth and drab paper boards; moderate wear, including rubbing and shelfwear to boards, drops of water staining to boards, some peeling to corners; gutter between first and second endpapers open, but spine still attached; two cracks to front hinge; original printed paper spine label present, but parts are worn, most words legible, although the 'Fr' of Frankenstein has been worn off completely; half-title, title page present; moderate foxing throughout; pages not cut evenly; YS consignment; shelved case 2.
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THE LONG VALLEY [Signed]. John Steinbeck.

THE LONG VALLEY [Signed]

New York: The Viking Press, 1938. First edition. Octavo. Hardcover in dust jacket illustrated by Elmer Hader. SIGNED by Steinbeck on half-title. The print run of this edition was very small, limited to only 8000 copies. G-/G. Spine somewhat cocked; boards very rubbed at extremities; front hinge starting and spine cracked in several places. Damp stains to boards and mild water damage to text; sporadic soiling throughout. Jacket is not price-clipped, but faded and very rubbed, particularly at spine and rear panel. Good copy only. Scarce signed. KT Consignment. Shelved in Case #2.
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THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD'NHEAD WILSON AND THE COMEDY OF THOSE EXTRAORDINARY TWINS. Mark Twain.

THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD'NHEAD WILSON AND THE COMEDY OF THOSE EXTRAORDINARY TWINS.

Hartford, CT: American Pubs. 1894. first edition; with marginal illustrations. thick octavo in brown cloth hardcovers with black letters and gold gilt; VG; boards show some soiling and tiny bumps around top corners; binding still strong, but some gutters slightly loosening; edges dusty; paper not faded, but with occasional pale foxing; penciled inscription on ffep; pp. 432; frontispiece photograph of Mr. Twain; beautiful engravings framing every page; with a short introduction by Mark Twain; shelved in Case # 2.
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CANDIDE OR OPTIMISM [SIGNED BY BLAKE]. Voltaire, Tobias Smollett, Julian Barnes, introduction, Quentin Blake, illustrator.

CANDIDE OR OPTIMISM [SIGNED BY BLAKE]

London: Folio Society, 2011. Limited Edition, 945/1000. 4to., 204pp.; VG; bound in full maroon leather, gilt lettering on spine and front board; top edge text block gilt; interior bright and clean; housed in original publishers VG gray slipcase with gilt decoration; limited to 1000 copies, of which this is 945, signed by Blake on limitation page; in excellent condition; shelved case 7.
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KING KONG. conceivers, screenplay, Delos W. Lovelace, novelization, Edgar Wallace, Ruth Rose.

KING KONG

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1932. First Edition, First Printing, First State Dust Jacket. 8vo., 249pp.; VG/VG; spine pictorial with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; mild chipping to hinges, head and tail of spine on dust jacket; small pieces of tape hidden on rear of dust jacket; small amount of water damage causing bleeding onto paper of mylar backing on tail, lower corners; endpapers pictorial, with images from the movie; dust jacket has three vivid illustrations, one each on front cover, spine, and rear cover; The dustwrapper is in the correct first state with "by" printed twice to the upper panel; LP consignment; shelved case 3, Dupont.
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