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    The Illustrated London News - September 7, 1963 by Contributors, Various

    London: The Illustrated London News. Paperback. Features/Photos: New carpark at London Airport; Professor Alfred Jules Ayer, F.B.A.; Nice photo of President Kennedy in the White House with the leaders of the August 28th civil rights march, including Martin Luther King; the strange stone figures of Ijara, Nigeria; Mr. Ilya Ehrenberg; Centrefold - Civil Rights March on Washington; France's new model army; Car of the month - the Wolseley 6/110; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Quality copy. . Good. 1963. First Edition.


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    War Game in Galaxy Magazine December 1959 by Dick, Philip K

    New York: Galaxy Publishing Corporation, 1959. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Mild toning to pages, tiny corner tears to some of the leaves. A very good+ copy. Includes stories by Robert Sheckley, George O. Smith, Robert Bloch, and others. Cover art by Ed Emshwiller.; Octavo.


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    MODEL RAILROADER (FEBRUARY, 1949) Vol. 16, No. 2 by John Page (editor)

    : Kalmbach Publishing Company, 1949. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Magazine Magazine Photographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 98 pages; Better Basements, 0 Gauge Loxo, Railroad Ave, Bridges, Shop Talk. Lots of period ads for the model railroading hobby. Item Type: Magazine. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 6793. .


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    The Case of the Haunted Husband in The Philadelphia Inquirer Gold Seal Novel Sunday, November 15, 1942 by Gardner, Erle Stanley

    Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1942. First Edition. Newspaper. Illustrated by Weinert, Harry. Pages are age-toned. Light chipping to edges. A very good+ copy. Illustrations by Harry Weinert. ; Folio.


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    In the Vault in Weird Tales April 1932 by Lovecraft, H. P

    Indianapolis: Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 1932. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Pages are toned, a couple of short tears to the fore edge, a touch of fading and stain along the spine. A very good- copy. Contributions by Seabury Quinn, Henry S. Whitehead, Edmond Hamilton, Clark Ashton Smith, and others. Cover art by C. C. Senf.; Quarto.


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    NEDERLANDSCH JAARBOEK VOOR FOTOKUNST. 1941 - 1949 by Speekhout, G.J., editor

    Hengelo, Netherlands: Smit, 1949. First editions. 4tos. Various paginations, with texts and b&w and color photographic plates. 6 volumes, as follows: 1941, 1942/43, 1943/44, 1944/46, 1947, 1948/49. All published. The first volume is spiral bound paper over boards. All others are cloth-backed paper over boards, with the final two having the original photo-illustrated dust wrappers. Slight bump to the base of one volume, all others are fine. A complete run of this short-lived periodical. The issue for 1941 covers the single year, as does the issue for 1947; the other four volumes each contain two years. In 1947, D. Helfferich became the editor. Text in Dutch. The photographers include: Cas Oorhuijs, Aart Klein, Emmy Andriesse, Martien Coppens, J.S.G. Postma, J. T. Dijkstra, et al. With articles on technical and aesthetic considerations. Duplicates of 1941, 1944/46, and 1947 are available. Condition varies, please inquire.


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    The Twilight Zone Vol 2 No 3 by Klein, T.E.D., Ed

    TZ Publications, 1982. June 1982. Cover art by Malcolm McNeill. In this issue: a final interview with Philip K. Dick on his life and writing. Also: Richard Matheson's 'The Doll,' an unaired episode of TZ. Feature on 'clay creatues' by the Martins (1880-1924), photographed by Scott Hyde. Other fiction by Dolly Ogawa, Roger Koch, Lawrence C. Connolly, Pamela Sargent and Bruce J. Balfour. Very good with. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    BULLETIN: ASSOCIATION BELGE DE PHOTOGRAPHIE SOUS LE PROTECTORAT DU ROI

    Brussels: Association Belge de Photographie, 1895. First editions. 8vos. Variable paginations, all illustrated with original mounted photographs, photogravures, and b&w photographs. 3 volumes. All volumes bound in quarter leather and marbled paper over boards. The volume for 1882 has a single "Duplicate" stamp on the half-title page; the volumes for 1890 and 1895 are ex-library, with intermittent stamping, sometimes into the plate image, and occasional foxing. Very good. Each volume is comprised of 12 monthly bulletins, with 1882 having approximately 500 pp., and 1890 and 1895 each having approximately 1000 pp., Articles by Dr. J. M. Eder, Leon Vidal, C. Fabre, et al. Illustrated in a variety of photographic processes, including albumen, carbon, photogravure, etc. Text in French.


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    The Illustrated London News - April 30, 1960 by Contributors, Various

    London: The Illustrated London News. Paperback. Features: Map of over 70 Mycenaean sites, and Nichoria, the most promising; The Snowy River Project in Australia; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. . Good. 1960. First Edition.


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    Sally in Fantastic May-June 1953 by Asimov, Isaac

    New York: Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 1953. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Pages are mildly toned, letter on front cover. A near fine copy. Contributions by Alfred Bester, Chad Oliver, and others. Wraparound cover by W. T. Mars.; Octavo.


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    Doll Artisan Magazine, September 2000 by Charima, Joanne; Kerls, Pam; Hindes, Betty; Thor, Alessandra; Denery, Donelle; Ericson, Ragnnild; Toele, Femm

    USA: Doll Artisan Guild. Paperback. 62 pages. Features: Rosalee - this adorable figurine is sure to make you smile; Ribbon and Lace Dress - fun dress for any all-bisque cutie; Clowns for Chanelle - a stunning version of Chanelle enhanced by two wonderful Steiner clowns; Corset & Hoop Skirt - undergarments are the foundation of any Fashion doll's trousseau; For Every Doll Maker's Library - some great new doll publications; Simon & Halbig Lillie - how to make this lovely Rosette winning doll. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 2000. First Edition.


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    The Grand Duke Alexis of Russia by Every Saturday (Boston, Mass.)

    [Boston, Mass.]: Every Saturday, 1871. One page from the Boston periodical Every Saturday, dated October 28, 1871, bearing a portrait the Grand Duke Alexis on one side, and text on the verso, including Rossetti's poem "Down Stream". Sheet measures 15 inches tall. One closed tear measuring 3" along a fold.


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    Bella Tiste # vierzehn [Heft 14] - Zeitschrift für junge Literatur, by Franke, Lin u.a. (Hrsg),

    Hildesheim, Bella Triste, Frühjahr 2006,. gr.8°, 69 S. mit s/w-Illustr. und Werbeanzeigen, illustr. original Kartonage (Paperback), sehr schönes, sauberes Exemplar (hhreg) Texte von Dietmar Dath, Steffen Popp, Michael Angelmi, Björn Kern, Anke Wenzel u.a.


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    Galaxy July 1976 by Baen, James, ed

    New York: UPD Publishing Corporation, 1976. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. A near fine copy. Contributors are Roger Zelazny, John Varley, and others. Cover art by Stephen Fabian. ; Octavo.


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    Little Things Magazine - The First Canadian Miniaturist Digest, Volume 1, Number 4, July 1982 - A Sip of Summer by Contributors, Multiple

    Canada: Little Things Publishing. Paperback. 48 pages. Black and white photos. Printed on glossy stock. Features: Pierre Ramet (part 1); How To - Wallhanging Project; Real Mini Roses for Real Mini Gardeners; Shelburne Museum; Show Report - M.E.Y.; Show Report - Quebec; The Doll Corner - Myra Barook; How to Project of a Different Kind - a Merry-Go-Round; Show Report - I.G.M.A.; How to Project - Building a box room on a budget (part 1); Whimsy-On-Why; Show Report - T.E.A.M.; Forst Canadian N.A.M.E. Get Together; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. . Good. 1982. First Edition.


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    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact March 1979 by Schmidt, Stanley, ed

    New York: The Condé Nast Publications, Inc, 1979. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Pages are mildly age-toned. A near fine copy. Contributions by John Varley, Sam Nicholson and others. Cover art by Mike Hinge.; Octavo.


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    The American Spectator, A Monthly Review, Volume 18, Number 3, March 1985 (Magazine) by Tyrrell, R. Emmett Jr. (ed)

    1985. Address label on front cover.. Stapled Wraps. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.


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    Fantastic October 1971 Vol. 21 No. 1 by White, Ted, ed

    Flushing, NY: Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc, 1971. First Edition. Printed wrappers. A near fine copy. Contributors are John Brunner, L. Sprague de Camp, Alexei Panshin and others. ; Octavo.


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    The New Yorker - August 8 & 15, 2016, Double Issue. Zika Cover Humor; Convention Lessons; Dressage; Remote Peru Tribal Killing; Love in French; Russian Games; Morgan Freeman; Gloria Allred; Gucci Mane; Jay McInerney; BoJack Horseman; Jason Bourne by David Remnick (Editor)

    New York: Condé Nast , 2016 Fine; nearly As New. See scans and description. New York: Condé Nast, 2016. The August 8 & 15, 2016, Double Issue (though the 82 pages seems somewhat standard, imho) of The New Yorker magazine. Mark Ulriksen's rather droll cover art, "Something in the Air", showing Zika mosquitoes assaulting Olympic sprinters, will be remembered. Quarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 82 pp. Fine; no macro-flaws, only minor rack stressing (see cover scan); otherwise, flawless. See all scans. Some feature topics: Convention Lessons; Dressage; Remote Peru Tribal Killing; Love in French; Russian Games; Morgan Freeman; Gloria Allred; Gucci Mane; Jay McInerney; BoJack Horseman; Jason Bourne; Tessa Hadley fiction, "Dido's Lament" . More, of course. See scans of contents pages. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box - not a bag. LPR29


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    The Mother Earth News - No. 47 - September-October, 1977 by N/A

    Hendersonville, NC: Mother Earth News, Inc., 1977. softcover. Good+ . Good+. Slight fading and moderate rubbing to covers. Wear along spine. Small tears to head and toe of spine. Interior is clean and binding is firm. Foldout is missng. Some articles listed - Make $300 a Day with This Machine; Work Your Way Through France; David Wright's Solar-Heated Homes; How to Butcher a Goat; We Built this Cabin for $120!; The Joy of Eating Acorns; The Giza Greenhouse. .


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    THE WORLD OF FREDERICO GARCIA LORCA. Theatre Arts, March, 1947 by GARCIA LORCA, Francisco

    1947. GARCIA LORCA, FranCisco. THE WORLD OF FREDERICO GARCIA LORCA. In Theatre Arts Magazine, 1947. Very Good (some wear). $10.00.


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    Gli speciali di Motociclismo Febbraio 2001 - Custom & Cruiser by Bacchetti, Massimo, ed

    Milano: Edisport Editoriale, 2001. First Edition. Wrappers. 256pp. A near fine copy. Special issue on customs and cruisers. Includes articles on the Chopper and Custom Show, Essen Motorshow, Boss Hoss, Quantum Q2, and more. Profusely illustrated. In the Italian language.; Quarto.


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    Selling the Invisible A Field Guide to Modern Marketing by Beckwith, Harry

    Business Plus. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1997. Hardcover. 9780446520942 . An attractive book, very clean pages, covers with dustjacket ; 7.60 X 5.30 X 1.10 inches; 272 pages; The invisible will open your eyes to new ideas in the field of marketing. .


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    Collection Canada 2005 by None Credited

    Ottawa: Canada Post, 2005. Near Fine in hardcover in Near Fine slipcase. 27 by 26 cm. 101 pages. Pictorial cover. Plastic slipcase. This volume does not contain any stamps. Contains numerous illustrations from phoyographs. Bright, clean..


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    Meccano Magazine. April 1939 by The Editor

    Liverpool: Meccano Ltd. Worn condition. Cover heavily rubbed. 1939. First Edition. Colour illustrated paper cover. 280mm x 210mm (11" x 8"). 80pp. .


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