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HEMATITE: HIBBING HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK 1957 [With Photo of Robert Zimmerman/Bob Dylan]

HEMATITE: HIBBING HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK 1957 [With Photo of Robert Zimmerman/Bob Dylan]

Hibbing, MN: Hibbing High School, 1957. First Edition. Quarto; G/No jacket; Cream spine with no lettering; Hibbing High School yearbook from 1957, featuring sophomore photo of Robert Zimmerman (Bob Dylan) on page 69. Some staining to the front, rear and spine; Pages toned; No writing/marking; 159 pages. SHELVE CASE #5.
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MAPS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND CITY OF WASHINGTON, AND PLATS OF THE SQUARES AND LOTS OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON (MAPS OF WASHINGTON)

MAPS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND CITY OF WASHINGTON, AND PLATS OF THE SQUARES AND LOTS OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON (MAPS OF WASHINGTON)

Washington, DC: Printed In Pursuance of a Resolution of the U.S. Senate, Printed by A. Boyd Hamilton, 1852. First edition. VG-. 4to in black-brown cloth, title on cover in gilt (simply "MAPS OF WASHINGTON" on cover). No DJ as issued. Moderate shelf and edgewear to boards; rubbing and fraying at all edges and folds, corners bumped, significant age toning to boards, significant moisture staining to rear board and spine. Age toning to textblock, minor deterioration to rear of block, may be mouse-chewed, or moisture deterioration. Foxing to endpages, and light foxing to rest of pages. Includes two of three fold-out maps tipped in on front endpage. On 6 pages after title page are paste-down newspaper cutouts from "The North American" (Feb 22, 1846), and "The Evening Transcript" (Jan 14, 1853), and an undated, unsourced article, describing sermons given in Pennsylvania, Boston, and New York, respectively. The remaining pages are numbered square breakdowns of the blocks and lots presented in the maps. 159 pp. Shelve: CASE 4 Spine is black leather, textless.
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HOSPITAL SKETCHES. L. M. Alcott, Louisa May.

HOSPITAL SKETCHES

Boston: James Redpath, 1863. First Edition. Slim duodecimo (7' tall) 102pp in green cloth boards. Alcott family ownership indicated in ink on second blank page: "April 25th 1864/Mercy G Alcott's/Book /Wolcott/New Haven County/Conn--" Jedediah Gaylord Alcott, husband (and possibly cousin?) to Mercy Gaylord Alcott, was first cousin to Amos Bronson Alcott, Louisa May Alcott's father. Ad at rear of book announcing Wendell Phillips's Speeches at $2.50, not $2.25. VG/No DJ: minor shelfwear and edgewear, spine sunned, some ink spots on exterior of boards, minor age-toning to edges of text block and interior, front paste-down and ffep bear writing indicating this book once belonged to "Lydia S. Wilcox"; stamp on front paste-down with "M.S. Wilcox 490" in gilt text; touches of foxing, advertisement at rear of book lists Speeches at $2.50, but the .50 is crossed out with ink and .25 is written next to it in two places. Binding strong, text clean. A wonderful association copy of Alcott's Hospital Sketches. [Spine is dark green and has gilt text. Shelved in Case 1 - US History - Civil War].
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JERUSALEM 1967-1990. Yehuda Amichai, poem, Maty Grunberg, woodcuts.

JERUSALEM 1967-1990

London: Ranelagh Press, n.d. First edition. Signed limited edition. Folio. Poem "Jerusalem 1967" by Amichai in Hebrew with English translation. With portfolio of woodcuts "Jerusalem 1990" by Grunberg. Including essay "Jerusalem As a Theme" by Susan Tumarkin Goodman. From the colophon page: "This edition comprises 100 copies and 10 artist's proofs, all signed and numbered, of which this is number 30/100." Housed in a gilt-illustrated clamshell box. Very good indeed; poem, woodcuts and essay all clean and crisp; box shows slight soiling and some splitting to front hinge. Shelved in case by Front Door.
[Book #9-114-1228200] Dupont
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OMNIUM CAESARUM VERISSIMAE IMAGINES EX ANTIQUIS NUMISMATIS DESUMPTAE...Libri primi. Editio altera. Antonio Zantani, illustrator Eneo Vico.

OMNIUM CAESARUM VERISSIMAE IMAGINES EX ANTIQUIS NUMISMATIS DESUMPTAE...Libri primi. Editio altera.

[Venice: Paulus Manutius]: Aeneas Vicus Parm. F. 1554. Second edition (a reissue of the 1553 first edition) of the Latin translation of Le Imagini con tutti riversi trovati et le vite de gli imperatori tratte dale historie de gli antichi. Libro primo (1548). Small quarto (8.5 x 5.875 inches; 227 x 150 mm). [71] leaves (letterpress and engravings interleaved): letterpress comprising 1 leaf with two addresses to the reader by Antonio Zantani (1509-1576) and 11 (of 12) leaves of biographical sketches, all with historiated woodcut initials, and 16 leaves index (signed A-D4); engravings comprising the engraved title within an architectural border, 12 pages of engraved cartouches with portraits of the emperors and details of their persons, and 65 (of 72) pages of engravings of coins and medals, all drawn and engraved by Enea Vico (1523-1567). The engravings are partly printed on both sides. This copy is lacking the biographical sketch for Claudius (1 leaf), and seven pages of engravings (on four leaves) of coins and medals for Domitianus. Early calf, quite worn, and suffering from red rot. The joints are cracked and the upper portion of the spine is missing. The engraved title is soiled and creased, strengthened on the verso at the outer edge, and mounted on a stub. A few additional leaves are mounted on stubs, and a few have been strengthened at the outer edge. Light to moderate foxing and browning, dampstaining to the lower portion of the text block, minor worming to the lower blank margin of about ten leaves. This work deals with the portraits and lives of the first twelve Roman emperors and all of the reverses of their coins and medals that the authors had found, arranged by the metal from which they were struck: gold, silver, or bronze. The Latin editions contain substantial alterations and additions to the 1548 Italian edition, including ten additional pages of engravings of coins and medals, Antonio Zantani's addresses to the reader, and an index. Although "Libri primi" appears on the titles, no second book was published. This edition does not have the dedication to Pope Julius III by Eneo Vico present in the 1553 edition. Shelved in Case #4.
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MR. PULLMAN'S ELEGANT PALACE CAR. The Railway Carriage that Established a new Dimension of Luxury and Entered the National Lexicon as a Symbol of Splendor. Lucius Beebe.

MR. PULLMAN'S ELEGANT PALACE CAR. The Railway Carriage that Established a new Dimension of Luxury and Entered the National Lexicon as a Symbol of Splendor.

New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1961. First edition. Newsletter Text: Lucius Beebe MR. PULLMAN'S ELEGANT PALACE CAR New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1961. First edition. A tour of the interiors and exteriors of George Pullman's brilliant invention, the sleeping car. As beautiful as any hotel, the luxurious Pullman cars captured the imagination of the nation and their interiors were some of the most deluxe in the country. Page after page of black and white photos bring the Pullmans back to life. The author's captions are intelligent, informative, cheerful and elegiac. Hardcover with dust jacket. 575 pages. CONDITION NOTES: Large quarto in blue and black hardcovers with brown and yellow DJ in brodart; VG/VG; black and red letters on spine; minimal soiling on DJ; good binding; fully illustrated including end pages; pp. 574; contains six chapters and some name trains; shelved on front table or alcove; please contact us for shipping costs.
[Book #9-132-1270657] Dupont
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JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN CIRCASSIA DURING THE YEARS 1837, 1837 AND 1839. James Stanislaus Bell.

JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN CIRCASSIA DURING THE YEARS 1837, 1837 AND 1839.

London: Edward Moxon, 1840. First Edition. Octavo; 2 volumes; xxiv; 453pp; viii;488pp; a full calf prize binding by Carss [with their bookseller ticket each volume] for a Glasgow High School student with the presentations on each front paste-down; "Let Glasgow Flourish" seal each board; morocco spine labels [one has detached, the others are chipped]; marbled endpapers; marbled edges. Binding largely rubbed and worn; hinges cracked; owner names on endpapers. Contents very good throughout with 12 plates [3 color; 9 tinted; 1 in outline]; folding map in outline color. Shelved in Case 9 [Oversized book set. Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates. Estimated shipping weight is 7lbs].
[Book #9-7-1201823] Dupont
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FIRST FOOTSTEPS IN EAST AFRICA; OR, AN EXPLORATION OF HARAR [SIGNED BY BURTON]. Richard F. Burton.

FIRST FOOTSTEPS IN EAST AFRICA; OR, AN EXPLORATION OF HARAR [SIGNED BY BURTON]

London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1856. First Edition, Second Issue. NEWSLETTER TEXT: Richard F. Burton FIRST FOOTSTEPS IN EAST AFRICA OR, AN EXPLORATION OF HARAR [SIGNED] London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1856. First Edition, Second Issue. One of the great adventure classics. Richard Burton's account of his trek from the Red Sea coast to Harar and back in 1854-55 is a great read that demonstrates Burton's powers of observation, descriptive language and sincere interest in the customs, beliefs and day-to-day activities of the peoples he encountered. Offers detailed information on Muslim beliefs, manners and morals, as well as a wealth of contemporary geographic, ethnographic and linguistic data. Inscribed "H. A. Drought / From / Rich' F Burton". Bound in red cloth boards. 648 pages, 24 pages of ads, with all 4 color plates, all 7 in-text illustrations, and both maps in excellent condition. CONDITION NOTES: 8vo., xl, 648pp., 24pp. ads; VG-; spine red cloth with gilt lettering; moderate bumping and shelfwear to spine, boards, including slight bending to corners, fraying on head and tail of spine, wear to board edges; frontispiece tissue guard, title page, and dedication page have a blind-stamp reading 'Presented By The Publisher' in the upper fore corner; signs of repair including tape on verso of half-title and recto of frontispiece; two small waterstains on top edge of frontispiece, does not impact plate; faint and intermittent foxing; INSCRIBED on ffep 'H. A. Drought / From / Rich' F Burton'; Draught's bookplate on front pastedown. Draught knew Burton in India, and was on the same boat as Burton from India to Africa. A nice association copy; some damage to ffep, as though something was peeled off, including some small damage to 'Rich' in Burton's name; this is a second issue, as shown by the red binding (first issue was purple) and the omitting of appendix IV; contains all 4 color plates, all 7 in-text illustrations, and both maps in excellent condition; pages 505 to the end are uncut; JF consignment; shelved case 7.
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BOUND TO PLEASE - AN EXTRAORDINARY ONE-VOLUME LITERARY EDUCATION [SIGNED]. Michael Dirda.

BOUND TO PLEASE - AN EXTRAORDINARY ONE-VOLUME LITERARY EDUCATION [SIGNED]

New York: W.W. Norton, 2005. First Edition. Newsletter Text: Michael Dirda BOUND TO PLEASE An Extraordinary One-Volume Literary Education [SIGNED] New York: W.W. Norton, 2005. First Edition. Features scores of Dirda's most engaging essays, never previously collected in book form: from the anecdotal Herodotus and James Boswell to the sensuous Colette and Steven Millhauser to such European masters as Joseph Roth, Flann O'Brien, and Penelope Fitzgerald to The Arabian Nights, the spaghetti westerns of Sergio Leone, the crime novels of Chester Himes and K.C. Constantine, and the worlds of Tarzan, Cormac McCarthy, and Proust. Hardcover with dust jacket. 525 pages. CONDITION NOTES: 8vo., 525pp.; VG/VG; spine black with orange and white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; price uncut; INSCRIBED on title page; copyright page states first edition, but number line reads 234567890; very minor bumping; interior clean; shelved literary criticism.
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R.E. LEE: A Biography [SIGNED]. Douglas Southall Freeman.

R.E. LEE: A Biography [SIGNED]

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. First edition. Four octavo volumes. Hardcover, lacking dust jackets. SIGNED by Freeman on front endpaper of Volume 1. Very Good. Spines slightly sunned; some slight soiling to boards. Bindings tight. Interior clean. Previous owner's gift inscription on front endpaper. MS Consignment. Shelved in Case 6.
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A GUEST OF HONOUR [SIGNED]. Nadine Gordimer.

A GUEST OF HONOUR [SIGNED]

New York: The Viking Press, 1970. First American Edition. Newsletter Text: Nadine Gordimer A GUEST OF HONOUR [SIGNED] New York: The Viking Press, 1970. First American Edition. James Bray, an English colonial administrator who was expelled from a central African nation for siding with its black nationalist leaders, is invited back ten years later to join in the country's independence celebrations. As he witnesses the factionalism and violence that erupt as revolutionary ideals are subverted by ambition and greed, Bray is once again forced to choose sides, a choice that becomes both his triumph and his undoing. Hardcover with dust jacket. 504 pages CONDITION NOTES: 8vo., 504pp.; VG/VG-; spine maroon with yellow lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, bumping and chipping to corners, head and tail of spine; price cut; SIGNED by Gordimer on ffep; bookplate on ffep; interior clean; sheved hardcover fiction.
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ALs - ROBERT GRAVES - ON BARDIC MYTHOLOGY. [ALs written in 1944 to Graves' mother Amalie von Ranke Graves With Accompanying Referenced Publication]. Robert Graves.

ALs - ROBERT GRAVES - ON BARDIC MYTHOLOGY. [ALs written in 1944 to Graves' mother Amalie von Ranke Graves With Accompanying Referenced Publication]

Two items; *** 1) ALs of Robert Graves writing to "Mother" and dated Apr. 15, '44. Single folio sheet folded twice [once each horizontally and vertically]; embossed letterhead of Vale House, Galmpton, Near Brixham; The verso is a draft page of his White Goddess. The text can be found in Chapter XIII, "Palamedes and the Cranes," on pp 177-178 of the first edition in a much revised form. A rare opportunity to own a moment of epiphany and familial correspondence as well as a type script page showing the poet in compostion of his most famous work. On recto is Graves' ALs to his mother of 27 lines [horizontal] and 5 lines [vertical]; the letter is torn at top center crease [about 2 inches] and wrinkled across right side; Vale House embossing shows surface wear and wrinkling. ALs references the following publication... *** 2) WALES. Edited by Keidrych Rhys. 4: Summer, 1944. Octavo; printed wraps; 112pp; mild to moderate wear and soiling; contents very good. This number includes the Graves work [pp34-51] entitled "Dog, Lapwing and Roebuck;" referenced as "On Bardic Mythology" on cover. *** Graves references this work in the letter to his mother... "What I am working at (just for the moment) is... rather fun --- the uncovering of Bardic secrets in the poems of Taliesin. This first part of my theory is being printed in the next number of Wales." [Shelved in Case 0].
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THE VIRGIN HUNTRESS. Elisabeth Holding Sanxay.

THE VIRGIN HUNTRESS.

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1951. First edition. Newsletter Text: Elisabeth Sanxay Holding THE VIRGIN HUNTRESS New York: Simon and Schuster, 1951. First edition. Elisabeth Sanxay Holding wrote romantic novels during the 1920s, but after the stock market crash in 1929, she turned to the more lucrative genre of the detective novel. From 1929 through 1954, she wrote eighteen detective novels, which sold well and earned her significant praise for her style and character development. Holding was much admired during her day. Raymond Chandler, one of the top writers of detective fiction during its golden age of 1920–1940, said of Holding that she was “the top suspense writer of them all.” CONDITION NOTES: 10mo in burgundy hardcovers with white and red DJ in brodart; VG/G; some soiling on DJ; good binding; paper and text clean; pp. 177; shelved in Mystery section.
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BRICKS AND BROWNSTONE. THE NEW YORK ROW HOUSE 1733-1929. Charles Lockwood.

BRICKS AND BROWNSTONE. THE NEW YORK ROW HOUSE 1733-1929.

New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 2003. Second Edition. Newsletter Text: Charles Lockwood BRICKS AND BROWNSTONE The New York Row House 1733-1929 New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 2003. Second Edition. First published in 1972, this remains the only book ever written on the New York row house, receiving impressive critical praise. This revised and updated edition is the introductory volume in the Rizzoli Classics program, dedicated to keeping important architecture titles in print. Beautifully illustrated with both black and white and color photographs. Hardcover in dust jacket. 303 pages. CONDITION NOTES: Folio in black hardcovers with brown and white DJ in brodart; VG/VG; beautifully illustrated including end pages, with centerfold in color; pp. 303; shelved in Case # 10; please contact us for shipping costs.
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THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN FORCES DURING THE WAR WHICH ESTABLISHED THE INDEPENDENCE OF HIS COUNTRY, AND FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [COMPLETE IN FIVE VOLUMES]. John Marshall.

THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN FORCES DURING THE WAR WHICH ESTABLISHED THE INDEPENDENCE OF HIS COUNTRY, AND FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [COMPLETE IN FIVE VOLUMES]

London: Printed for Richard Phillips, 1804-1807. First Edition. NEWSLETTER TEXT: John Marshall THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN FORCES DURING THE WAR WHICH ESTABLISHED THE INDEPENDENCE OF HIS COUNTRY, AND FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [COMPLETE IN FIVE VOLUMES] London: Printed for Richard Phillips, 1804-1807. First Edition. John Marshall (September 24, 1755 – July 6, 1835) was the fourth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1801–1835). Marshall greatly admired George Washington, and between 1804 and 1807 published this influential five-volume biography. Marshall's Life of Washington was based on records and papers provided to him by the late president's family. The first volume was reissued in 1824 separately as A History of the American Colonies. The work reflected Marshall's Federalist principles. His revised and condensed two-volume Life of Washington was published in 1832. Historians have often praised its accuracy and well-reasoned judgments, while noting his frequent paraphrases of published sources such as William Gordon's 1801 history of the Revolution and the British Annual Register. CONDITION NOTES: 8vos., 5 volumes; G; spines paneled brown leather with a black label and a red label, gilt lettering; bound in full leather, mottled boards; marbled endpapers; moderate shelfwear to all volumes, including bumping and chipping to corners, cracking to spines; more severe cracking to head of volume 4; volume 2 spine has more wear than the other volumes, including a missing red label; some boards slightly loose; Volume 1: lacking frontispiece of George Washington, 2 folding maps in rear, Volume 2: lacking folding frontispiece of Mount Vernon, Volume 3: lacking folding frontispiece of City of Washington, tailpiece, Volume 5: lacking folding frontispiece of map of Boston, all 9 folding maps in rear; due to weight, please contact for shipping information; shelved case 1.
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MASTER INDEX TO THE J. F. K. ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATIONS: THE REPORTS AND SUPPORTING VOLUMES OF THE HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS AND THE WARREN COMMISSION. Sylvia Meagher, in Collaboration, Gary Owens.

MASTER INDEX TO THE J. F. K. ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATIONS: THE REPORTS AND SUPPORTING VOLUMES OF THE HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS AND THE WARREN COMMISSION.

Metuchen, N. J. & London: Scarecrow Press, 1980. First Edition Thus. Octavo; 435pp; full cloth; no dustjacket; titles in blue; minor wear and soiling; contents very good throughout; clean and unmarked. SCARCE. [Spine; blue titles on wheat cloth]. [DC Store: Case #5].
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LUCY LOU FIGHTS FOR HER RIGHTS. Helen A. Monsell.

LUCY LOU FIGHTS FOR HER RIGHTS

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1940. First Edition. Newsletter Text: Helen A. Monsell LUCY LOU FIGHTS FOR HER RIGHTS Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1940. First Edition. The author writes with charm and a delightful sense of fun. This novel, set in 1854, has an appealing quaintness yet is fast moving and exciting, revealing what a vast change has come in the position of women within a hundred years, how badly reform was needed and how hard it was to make a start. Hardcover with dust jacket. 280 pages with numerous black and white illustrations. CONDITION NOTES: 12mo., 280pp.; VG/VG; spine pink and blue with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; price uncut; illustrated endpapers; interior clean; minor bumping to corners, head and tail of spine; small blue stain to lower edge of text block; shelved case 8.
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AMERICA BACK ON TRACK. Edward M. Sen. Kennedy.

AMERICA BACK ON TRACK.

The Viking Press, 2006. May 2006 publication; signed. Newsletter Text: Sen. Edward M. Kennedy AMERICA BACK ON TRACK [SIGNED] The Viking Press, 2006. Advance Uncorrected Proof. May 2006 publication; Kennedy argues that America is at a crossroads, having reached a point where it has departed more deeply from its fundamental ideals than at any time in its modern history. In response to the erosion of the nation’s basic values, he presents a sweeping agenda for reform and renewal, speaking to the country’s most significant needs at home and abroad. An in-depth look at our modern political landscape with innovative policies for the future. Paperback. 207 pages. CONDITION NOTES: Octavo in soft covers; black letters on white spine; VG; minimal soiling or shelf wear; tiny bump on lower right; paper and text clean; pp. 224; publisher sticker on front cover; advance uncorrected proofs copy; signature and dedication on title page; shelved in Case # 5.
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THE MISSING PIECE. Shel Silverstein.

THE MISSING PIECE

New York: Harper and Row, 1976. First Edition, First Printing. Newsletter Text: Shel Silverstein THE MISSING PIECE New York: Harper and Row, 1976. First Edition, First Printing. The story of a circular animal-like creature that is missing a wedge-shaped piece of itself. It doesn’t like this, and sets out to find its missing piece, singing: Oh, I'm lookin' for my missin' piece / I'm lookin' for my missin' piece / Hi-dee-ho, here I go / lookin' for my missin' piece. So begins a grand adventure searching for the perfect piece to complete itself, while singing and enjoying the scenery. But after the circle finally finds the exact-sized wedge that fits it, what then? Hardcover with dust jacket. CONDITION NOTES: 8vo., unpaginated.; VG/G+; spine white with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, bumping and chipping to corners, head and tail of spine, water staining to head of spine, dirt stains and smudging; front flap clipped on lower edge, top edge still has price present; copyright page states first edition; shelved case 13.
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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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