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We specialize in rare and unusual items in Metaphysics and Spirituality, Literature, Art, Cinema, Social Movements, Octavo Editions, and interdisciplinary areas.

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Payment in full by Visa/MC, cash, check, money order, via PayPal or Amex/Discover (processed by Biblio) with order. Books can be held up to 10 days upon request; email is the preferred (and quickest) means of communication. Postage is extra: orders through Biblio are charged at their prevailing rates; otherwise, postage cost will be quoted upon request (optional insurance is extra at cost). All items are graded conservatively using consistent standards: generally speaking, 'Fine' is the best condition class, followed by 'Very Good', 'Good', 'Fair', and 'Poor' (these can be considered as analogous to letter grades A, B, C, D, F: the latter two classes are rarely offered). Please inquire if you have any questions about the condition of an item listed. Any purchase may be returned for refund if deemed unsatisfactory upon receipt. I will be glad to ship with invoice to academic institutions in advance of payment if a purchase order is provided. Dealers may inquire for reciprocal trade discount. California shipments subject to an additional 9.25% sales tax.

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Philip Smith, Bookseller specializes in Art, Cinema, Literary Periodicals, Metaphysical, Modern Literature, Octavo Editions, Religion, Social Movements

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  • Philip Smith, Bookseller
    2336 Roosevelt Avenue
    Berkeley, California 94703-1724 USA
  • Biblio member since: 2005-08-16
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  • Phone number: 510-666-1121

Rare Books from Philip Smith, Bookseller
S4N 15 (15th Issue, Second Year, ca. 1921)

S4N 15 (15th Issue, Second Year, ca. 1921) by Fitts, Norman (ed.), Thornton Wilder, Joseph Lyman, John Palache and Helen Webster


Drainage 1 (1967)

Drainage 1 (1967) by Barrett, Neil (ed.), Clark Coolidge, Aram Saroyan, Bill Presson, Aarron Melane and Nick Welsh; Mel Lyman (mentioned)


Contour Quarterly 3 (Summer 1948)

Contour Quarterly 3 (Summer 1948) by Maclaine, Christopher and Norma (eds.), C. William Brittin, Curtis Zahn, James Joyce, Robert Barlow, Kenneth Rexroth, et al