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Christmas Greeting From Madeline And Fridolf Johnson

Fridolf Johnson, 1949. 1st Edition . No Binding. Fine. Single Card, Folded Once, Printed Quotation From Hamlet On Front Cover, Handwritten Greeting Signed By Johnson Inside. Fine

$45.00

Paul Revere Reflects On The Famous Midnight Ride

By Revere, Paul; Woodcuts By Susan Acker

Orinda: Press Of The Golden Key, 1976. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Near Fine. Vi, 9 Pp. Red Softcover. Fine Printing. Near Fine, Slight Bumping To Rear Lower Tip.

$15.00

Victor Hammer, artist and craftsman
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Victor Hammer, artist and craftsman

By Rothenstein, John

Boston: David R. Godine, 1978. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Fine/Slipcase. 57 Pp + Color Plates At End. Ochre Cloth. #219 Of 500 Copies. Fine Printing, Fine In Plain Slipcase.

$40.00

Opus One, December 1934

By Mary Lannan Duff And Clara Byrne, Editors

Los Angeles: Catholic Poetry Society Of America, Los Angeles Chapter, 1934. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Fine. Cover And Frontispiece From Woodcuts By James L. Duff. 15 Pp. Frontispiece Woodblock Print. #29 Of 200 Copies. Printed By James L. Duff And Cecil L. Hudnall.

$25.00

Address Card For Sanford L. Berger At Kelmscott Carmel And San Francisco (With) 1 Of 200 Copies Of A William Morris Letter Printed At The Scenic Road Press

Carmel / San Grancisco: Lawton And Alfred Kennedy (About 1980) / Scenic Road Press, 1980. 1st Edition . No Binding. Fine. Single Card, Folded Twice, Printed I Red And Black By Lawton And Alfred Kennedy. With, Broadse Reproducing A William Morris Letter, With Envelope, One Of 200 Copiesthe Huntington Library Holds The Correspondence And Research Files Reflecting The Activities Of California Architect Sanford L. Berger (1919-2000) In The Mid-To-Late 20Th Century As A Collector, Student, And Enthusiast Of Objects And Knowledge Related To 19Th Century English Artist, Decorator, Poet, And Printer William Morris (1834-1896), His Circle, And His Involvement With The Pre-Raphaelites And English Arts And Crafts Movement.

$35.00

A Merry, Ingenious, And Diverting Work Entitled The Law Of Drinking All Carefully Collected And In Part Written By William Juniper
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A Merry, Ingenious, And Diverting Work Entitled The Law Of Drinking All Carefully Collected And In Part Written By William Juniper

By Juniper, William

San Francisco: Herbert And Peter Fahey, 1935. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Fine. 27 Pp. Purple Cloth With Cover Label Printed In Red. Roxburghe/Zamorano Club Presentation Bookplate On Front Pastedown, From Ron Randall & John Windle. Fine, No Wear Or Fading, Bookplate Fine.

$50.00

The Age Of Innocence
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The Age Of Innocence

By Wharton, Edith; Illustrations By Lawrence Beall Smith

Avon Ct: The Limited Editions Club, 1973. First Edition Thus 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Xii, 311 Pp. Red-Brown Cloth Spine, Gilt, Floral Cloth Covers, Slipcase With Paper Spine Label. #1894 Of 200 Copies Of A Limited Edition Signed By The Illustrator. Fine In Fine Glassine Dust Jacket (1/4" Tear At Bottom Of Spine), In Fine Slipcase.

$80.00

The Poems Of William Wordsworth.
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The Poems Of William Wordsworth.

By Wordsworth, William; Selected, Edited And Introduced By Jonathan Wordsworth; Illustrated By John O'connor

Cambridge: The Limited Editons Club, 1973. First Edition Thus . Hardcover. Fine/Glassine and Slipcover. Xiii, 259 Pp. Brown Leather Spine Gilt On Black Label, Black Medallion On Front Cover, Ochre Cloth Covered Boards, Ochre Endpapers. #1849 Of A Limited Edition Signed By The Illustrator. Fine In Fine Slipcase, With Glassine Dj Which Is Somewhat Browned And Shrunken, With Tears At Center Of Spine And A Small Chip At Spine Edge Of Rear Cover.

$80.00

White Fang
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White Fang

By London, Jack [introduction By Ray GArdner

Avon / Lunenburg: The Limited Editions Club / Stinehour Press, 1973. Limited Edition . Cloth. Fine Book/Very Good + Glassine DJ. Illustrations By Lydia Dabcovich. #1894 Of 2000 Copies Printed For Members Of The Limited Editions Club. Book Is Fine, No Wear Or Damage. Glassine Dj With Tiny Tears At Head Of Spine. Slipcase Near Fine, Slight Signs Of Rubbing, No Fraying Or Loss Of Color.

$108.00

The Short Stories Of Anton Chekhov

By Chekhov, Anton; Selected And Introduced By Helen Muchnic, Illustrated By Lajos Szalay,

Avon Ct: The Limited Editions Club, 1973. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. Xv.356 Pp.. Cloth Decorated In Red And Black, Morocco Spine Label, Gilt. First Edition Thus. Fine, No Wear, Slight Foxing To Edges Of Page Block. Scarce Glassine Dust Jacket Fine Except For 1/4" Tear Near Bottom Of Spine And Another At Top Of Front Flap Fold. Fine Slipcase, White Spine Label, With Tiny Bump At Upper Left Corner Of Open End. .

$112.50

Brave New World (Including Author's 1946 Foreword)
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Brave New World (Including Author's 1946 Foreword)

By Huxley, Aldous; Introduction By Ashley Montagu

The Limited Editions Club , 1974. First Edition Thus 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Gravures By Mara Mcafee. Xxvi, 237 Pp. #1974 Of 2000 Copies Of This Limited Edition, Signed By The Illustrator. Fine In Near Fine Slipcase (Small Area Of Rougness To Paper On Top Edge), With Original Glassine Dust Jacket.

$150.00

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote De La Mancha. Two Volumes (With Dust Jackets And Slipcase). A New Translation From The Spanish, With A Critical Text Based Upon The First Editions Of 1605 And 1615, And With Variant Readings, Variorum Notes, And An Introduction By Samuel Putnam

By De Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel (Translated By Samuel Putnam)

New York: The Viking Press, 1949. First Edition Thus 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 10 3/4" Tall. Engravings By Enric C. Ricart. Black Cloth, Gilt. Bright Red Topstains. Second Printing. Yellow Dj's Lettered In Red, Printed In White And Gilt. Two Large Volumes In Dust Jackets And Slipcase.Books Are Fine, Unworn, Bright, Clean, No Wear Or Marks. Dj's Are Very Good, With Light Wear And Fading To Spines, 1" X 1/2" Chip At Bottom Of Vol I Dj. Slipcase With Wear And Split Along One Top Side Edge But Intact And Sturdy.

$90.00

History Of The Jews Of Los Angeles

By Vorspan, Max, And Lloyd P. Gartner; Preface By Moshe Davis

San Marino: The Huntington Library / Anderson, Ritchie And Simon, 1970. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Xii, 362 Pp. Blue Cloth, Gilt. First Printing, "Collector's Special Edition", One Of 150 Copies With A Special Limitation Plate On Front Endpaper Signed By Max Vorspan, Thi Copy Unnumbered. Fine, In Fine Clear Dust Cover, As Issued, In Fine Slipcase, As Issued.

$400.00

The Boys In The Back Room: Notes On California Novelists  (James M. Cain, John O'hara, William Sarolyan, Hans Otto Storm, John Steinbeck, Etc.
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The Boys In The Back Room: Notes On California Novelists (James M. Cain, John O'hara, William Sarolyan, Hans Otto Storm, John Steinbeck, Etc.

By Wilson, Edmund

San Francisco: The Colt Press / The Grabhorn Press, 1941. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/Poor. 72 Pp. One Of 1500 Copies. Black Cloth Spine, Paper Label Printed In Black, In Grey And White Decorated Boards With A Black And White Colt Press Illustration/Log. With The One Page Prospectus/ Broadside For This Book With Illustration Six Men At Back Room Table Of A Bar, And An Attached Small Order Blank For This Book Printed In Red. Also With A Contemporary Newspaper Review. Very Good, Wear With Fading And Slight Fraying At Edges. Dust Jacket Worn, Brown, Spine Mostly Perished, Front Flap Detached From Front Panel, Chips At Edges.

$90.00

King Solomon's Mines

By Haggard, H. Rider; Introduction By Ruichrd Sanger; Color Plates And B/W I8llustrations By David Gentleman

Barre: Imprint Society, 1970. First Edition Thus . Hardcover. Near Fine. 216 Pp. Black Leather Spine, Gilt, Cloth Covered Boards Stamped In Magenta. #691 Of A Limited Edition Of 1950 Copies. Near Fine, Slight Rubbing, No Marks Or Damage. Lacking The Slipcase.

$35.00

The Panama-Pacific International Exposition Celebrating The Opening Of The Panama Canal San Francisco In 1915 / Why? Where? When? How? : The Celebration Is To Take Place : Panama Canal, San Francisco 1915 Universal Exposition.
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The Panama-Pacific International Exposition Celebrating The Opening Of The Panama Canal San Francisco In 1915 / Why? Where? When? How? : The Celebration Is To Take Place : Panama Canal, San Francisco 1915 Universal Exposition.

San Francisco: Panama-Pacific International Exposition / Taylor, Nash & Taylor (Including John Henry Nash), 1912. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Very Good. 12 Pp. + White Card Covers. Cover Printed In Blue And Light Brown, Including Two-Hemisphere Map Of World. Contents Printed In Black And Light Blue, Fine Borders And Headers. Light Wear To Covers, Contents Fine.

$300.00

Block Prints Of The Southland, Designed And Cut In Linoleum By Jean Goodwin, With Verse By Eleanor Hammack Northcross, Printed By Thomas Ellingsworth Williams / Arthur Ames
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Block Prints Of The Southland, Designed And Cut In Linoleum By Jean Goodwin, With Verse By Eleanor Hammack Northcross, Printed By Thomas Ellingsworth Williams / Arthur Ames

By Goodwin (Ames), Jean; Verse By Eleanor Hammack Northcross; Foreword By Thomas E. Williams

Santa Ana: Press Of The Santa Ana Junior College, 1931. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Very Good. 20 Pp. Illustrated Green Covers. 12 1/2" X 9 3/8". First Printing, One Of A Reported 200 Copies Only. Nine Linoleum Prints, Mounted On Single Leaves (But Now Detached As Glue Has Dried Out Without Damage To Prints), With Poem By Northcross On Facing Pages. Jean Goodwin Ames (1903 - 1986) Was Raised On An Orange Ranch In Santa Ana And Received A Thorough Art Education At The Art Institute Of Chicago. At The Start Of The Depression, She And Her Fiancé, Artist Arthur Ames, Were Wondering How They Would Survive When The Federal Art Project Opened Up Opportunities To Them. She Recalled Later In Her Life That A W.P.A. Mosaic Assignment Was The Springboard To Her Long And Successful Career. Inspired By Maxine Albro's Mosaics, Which They Had Seen In San Francisco, They Each Designed A Mosaic Panel For The Patio Of Newport Harbor Union High School; She Chose The Theme Of Fisher Girls (1937) And Fishing Nets. Today She Is Known For Ceramics, Murals, Marine Studies, Landscapes, Enamels And Tapestry. [See, The Illustrated Book In California 1905-1940].

$400.00

Aucassin And Nicolette

By Translation By Andrew Lang, Foreword By William A. Brewer Jr., Decorations By Julian A. Links (Inscribed From Pasquae Napolitano)

San Francisco: The Windsor Press, 1926. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. Vii, 433. French Wrappers (Dj Over Plain Card Covers). First Printing Thus, One Of 750 Copies Printed For C. P. Benoit By The Brothers Johnson At The Windsor Press. Lightly Used.Inscribed By Southern California Pasquale Giovanni Napolitano To His Girl Friend, Later Wide, Emmie.

$40.00

The Prophet
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The Prophet

By Gibran Kahlil

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1938. Special Edition . Hardcover. Near Fine/Poor. Plates. 84 Pp. White Cloth, Git, Over Orange Boards With Black Illustration On Front Cover. Special Edition, Hand Set In Garamount By Trhe Southworth-Anthoensen Press (Portland, Maine), Printed And Bound By The Plimpton Press, Illustrations Reproduced In Collotype By Frederick Photogelatine Press Of New York. Book With No Wear, A Little Foxing In Gutter Edges Of Spine Cloth, Spine Gilt Strong But Darkened, Presentation Inscription From Brittanica In Memory Of Major Carl I Changstrom, Dated In 1944. Tissue Dust Jacket In Three Pieces, Worn And Chipped. Black Slipcase, With Gold Spine And Cover Labels Printed In Red And Black, Labels Unworn, Slipcase Worn At Corners And With Three Short Splits.

$95.00

Tranquility Revisited
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Tranquility Revisited

By Sheldon, Col. Harold P., Color Plates By A. Lassell Ripley

New York: The Derrydale Press, 1940. First Edition 1st Printing. Maroon Leatherette Illustrated. Near Fine/Poor. 130 Pp. #461 Of A Stated Limited Edition Of 450 Copies. Slight Signs Of Usage, Just A Little Rubbing At Corners, No Fading To Spine Cloth And Spine Gilt Is Complete And Brilliant, Two Small Foxing Spots On Front Free Endpaper From Offset Of Glue On Removed Price Labels On Front Flp Of Dj. Original Clear Glassine Dj Chipped And Torn, One Small Clear Tape Repair, Lacking About 40% Of Rear Panel.

$325.00

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