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Sierra Club Bulletin - October, 1961. Hare and Haruspex; Big Sur Country; Last Days of Glen Canyon; Forest Encroachment on the Meadows of Yosemite Valley; Ascents in the Ruwenzori, 1960; The Hats Monticolous; Need to Revise California\'s Forest Practice Act; Mountaineering Notes
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Sierra Club Bulletin - October, 1961. Hare and Haruspex; Big Sur Country; Last Days of Glen Canyon; Forest Encroachment on the Meadows of Yosemite Valley; Ascents in the Ruwenzori, 1960; The Hats Monticolous; Need to Revise California's Forest Practice Act; Mountaineering Notes

By Bruce M. Kilgore (Editor); Edwin S. Deevey; Robinson Jeffers; David Brower; Emil F. Ernst; A.W. Baxter, Jr.; Douglas R. Powell; Peggy Wayburn; Phillip Berry; Carl Weisner

San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1961 Near Fine - very. See images and description. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1961. The October, 1961 issue of the Sierra Club Bulletin. Octavo, illustrated perfect bound wraps, 60 pp. + 24 pages of photographic plates. Near Fine; faint pressure indent at front cover (zoom on cover scan), very modest spine fade, otherwise completely without flaw throughout. Photographic contributions in this issue were dominated by the outstanding talent of Philip Hyde. Contributing writers included Edwin S. Deevey; Robinson Jeffers; David Brower; Emil F. Ernst; A.W. Baxter, Jr.; Douglas R. Powell; Peggy Wayburn; Phillip Berry; and Carl Weisner.Article foci as of this late 1961 issue were Hare and Haruspex; Big Sur Country; Last Days of Glen Canyon; Forest Encroachment on the Meadows of Yosemite Valley; Ascents in the Ruwenzori, 1960; The Hats Monticolous; Need to Revise California's Forest Practice Act; nd the monthly Mountaineering Notes. Ships in a stout, protective box, of course. LSC2

$65.00

Sierra Club Bulletin - December, 1946. Vittorio Sella photographs
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Sierra Club Bulletin - December, 1946. Vittorio Sella photographs

By Sierra Club [editor: David R. Brower]; Ansel Adams, A. Phimister Proctor, Howard R. Koch, John Thomas Howell, Thomas Morley, David R. Brower, Lt. Col. Robert C. Works, Joe Noble, Richard M. Leonard, Arnold Wexler

San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1946 San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1946. First Edition. December, 1946 issue [Vol 31, No. 7]. Original printed wrappers, 9" x 6", 133 pp. + plates. Photographs. A very strong Very Good, not far from Near Fine. Slits at top and bottom of spine (zoom on front scan) are the only flaws in this example. Sixteen rather spectacular Vittorio mountain photographs, with preface commentary by Ansel Adams, and a variety of uncredited sketch works are the graphic attractions for this issue. Articles (see scan of contents page) cover the inspiring topics the club has always focused on, and were contributed by Ansel Adams, A. Phimister Proctor, Howard R. Koch, John Thomas Howell, Thomas Morley, David R. Brower, Lt. Col. Robert C. Works, Joe Noble, and Richard M. Leonard & Arnold Wexler . Regular departments as well. Ships in a stout new box, of course. SC1

$145.00

Tommy & Grizel - The Novels, Tales and Sketches of J.M. Barrie. 1917 Scribners Edition of 1900 Author\'s Edition, Two Volumes
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Tommy & Grizel - The Novels, Tales and Sketches of J.M. Barrie. 1917 Scribners Edition of 1900 Author's Edition, Two Volumes

By J.M. Barrie

New York: Charles Scriber's Sons, 1917 Near Fine. See images and description. Two Volumes. "Tommy & Grizel - The Novels, Tales and Sketches of J.M. Barrie", Volume I and Volume II, in the complete 1917 Scribners Edition of the 1900 Author's Edition. Two frontispiece illustrations from drawings by Bernard Partridge, both with tissue guards intact and spotless. Octavo, deep forest green finely textured cloth covered boards, gilt decoration and imprinting on front cover and spine, 545 pp (257 pp. + 288 pp. the two volume set). Near Fine; trace micro touching at some corners, small scale crimping of spine ends. Zoom on scanned images. Otherwise, flawless. The second Barrie novel about the unusual character, Sentimental Tommy, this time with his enchanted lady, Grizel, "daughter of the Painted Lady (Taliaferro)". Definitely somewhat sentimental, hence the nickname earned in the earlier novel (Sentimental Tommy), which was made into a 1921 silent drama film of that name. Not Peter pan, by any stretch, but a character quirky enough to earn this story ratings from 2 to 5 stars in about equal amounts throughout - which by itself makes any tale of some interest. Scarce and nicely decorative edition, in a condition rarely seen; striking on the shelf. Ships in a stout new box, of course. L73

$95.00

Sierra Club Bulletin - January 1911. Cathedral Peak; Tuolumne; Yosemite Valley; Kings River; Gray-Crowned Leucosticte; Mount Kinabalu (Borneo); Red Peak; Mountain Meadows; \
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Sierra Club Bulletin - January 1911. Cathedral Peak; Tuolumne; Yosemite Valley; Kings River; Gray-Crowned Leucosticte; Mount Kinabalu (Borneo); Red Peak; Mountain Meadows; "Light Burning"

By William F. Bade (editor); John Muir, Francois E. Matthes, R.L. Glisan, F.W. Foxworthy, S.L. Foster, Milton S. Ray, Harold C. Bradley, F.E. Olmsted, Marion Randall Parsons

San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1911 San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1911. First Edition. January, 1911 Issue [Vol. VIII, No.1 ]. Original printed wrappers, 9 3/4" x 6 1/4"; 88 pp. + numerous unpaginated photographic plates, other features, and ads. Very, very Near Fine, certainly one of the nicest examples available from this early in the series. Very minute traces of handling, not even any of the typical issues with the overextending circuit binding (yapp binding). See scan. Clean, sturdy, handsome, bright. Everything we all aspire to be. See scans. The scan of the contents page lays out the array of always-inspired articles (Cathedral Peak; Tuolumne; Yosemite Valley; Kings River; Gray-Crowned Leucosticte; Mount Kinabalu (Borneo); Red Peak; Mountain Meadows; "Light Burning",and more) and their authors: John Muir, Francois E. Matthes, R.L. Glisan, F.W. Foxworthy, S.L. Foster, Milton S. Ray, Harold C. Bradley, F.E. Olmsted, and Marion Randall Parsons. The photographs for which the publications has long been famous were executed, for this issue, by Herbert W. Gleason, E.T. Parsons, M.V. Tenney, Edward Gray, H.E. Bailey, W.P. Boland, P.S. Bernays, C.C. Clarke, C.H. Hamilton, C.W. Pohlman, Mabel Sykes, R.L. Glisan, Arthur Gray, and Geo. W. Hall. with a large number of uncredited shots as well. Very difficult issue to find in this condition. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course; not a bag. L SC-2.

$215.00

Playbill Opening Night Program - The Miracle Worker. October 19, 1959. Anne Bancroft, Patricia Neal, Patty Duke, Torin Thatcher, Michael Constantine. Volume 3, NUmber 42
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Playbill Opening Night Program - The Miracle Worker. October 19, 1959. Anne Bancroft, Patricia Neal, Patty Duke, Torin Thatcher, Michael Constantine. Volume 3, NUmber 42

By William Gibson (playwright); Arthur Wolsoncroft (Managing Editor of this Playbill program)

New York: Playbill, Incorporated, 1959 Very Good; see scans and description. New York: Playbill, Incorporated, October 19, 1959. The Playbill opening night program for The Miracle Worker, Volume 3, NUmber 42. This stage premier occurred on October 19, 1959. "Opening Night" gold seal on cover (see scan).Octavo, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 44 pp. Very Good; has been perused, and does have a variety of small-scale wear points, primarily at covers as would be expected, but there are no salient flaws whatsoever. See all images. The stage premier of a cycle of works based on Helen Keller's autobiography, The Story of My Life". All were named "The Miracle Worker", after Mark Twain's description of Anne Sullivan as being just that for her work in enabling Helen Keller to blossom and live a fulfilling life. In this stage premier, Anne Bancroft played Anne Sullivan, Patty Duke played Helen Keller, and Patricia Neal played Kate Keller. Quite scarce with the 'Opening Night' seal. Ships in a stout box, of course. LPR48

$85.00

National Geographic Magazine - December. 1928. With Original Laid-in N.C. Wyeth print. Renascent Germany; Through Germany with a Color Camera; Seeing 3,000 Years of History; Mickey the Beaver; Falcon - Pacific\'s Newest Island
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National Geographic Magazine - December. 1928. With Original Laid-in N.C. Wyeth print. Renascent Germany; Through Germany with a Color Camera; Seeing 3,000 Years of History; Mickey the Beaver; Falcon - Pacific's Newest Island

By Gilbert Grosvenor (Editor)

Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1943 Very Good. Includes the very scarce original laid-in N.C. Wyeth print of his painting "Through Pathless Skies to the North Pole", executed the prior year in 1927, honoring Admiral Byrd's flight. See scans and description. Washington, DC: The National Geographic Society,1928. The December,1928 issue, Volume LIV, Number Six. Quarto, perfect-bound wraps, 127 numbered pages (i.e., pp 639-766 for the semi-annual volume, as per the monthly custom of the day), plus no less than 72 - yes, 72 - pages of those so engaging vintage ads at the beginning and end; 199 pp. total. Plenty of both color and black and white photos herein. See summary of illustrations on cover scan. Very Good, due to ripple abrasion on rear cover (see rear cover scan); otherwise would be A strong Very Good, with some spoil spots on both covers (scans), light creasing toward center of rear cover, and just minimal dusting at top page edges. See all scans. A nice example, with the laid-in print, and as such hard to replace. See all scans. In sealed protection, on premises, ready to ship. Inside are pieces on Renascent Germany; Through Germany with a Color Camera; Seeing 3,000 Years of History; Mickey the Beaver; Falcon - Pacific's Newest Island. Vintage Parker Duofold fountain pen set ad on rear cover, and, as noted, plenty of other vintage ads inside - those being, somehow, always among my favorites offerings from NG. Scarcer issue than many others of the era, particularly in this condition. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course; not a bag. LNG5

$95.00

Hieronymus Bosch - The Complete Works
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Hieronymus Bosch - The Complete Works

By Stefan Fischer

Koln, Germany: Taschen Bibliotheca Universalis , 2018 New; pristine in every way. See scans and description. Koln, Germany: Taschen Bibliotheca Universalis, 2018. "Hieronymus Bosch - The Complete Works", by Stefan Fischer. Thick octavo, illustrated boards, 520 pp, glossy color reproductions throughout. New and impeccable; in protective storage on premises since acquisition. See all scans. Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch was, of course, that absolutely singular creator of the unforgettable 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' who set a standard for soul-diving originality and artistic independence which has not truly been exceeded to this day. A seemingly endless visual feast, accompanied, of course, by Fischer's scholarly text throughout. Ships in a stout box, of course; not a bag. L73

$55.00

Boundless: A Drzzt Novel. B&N Exclusive Edition with Grandmaster Kane Short Story
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Boundless: A Drzzt Novel. B&N Exclusive Edition with Grandmaster Kane Short Story

By R. A. Salvatore

New York: Harper Voyager, 2019 New; pristine cover to cover. First Edition and First Printing. Exclusive B&N Edition, with added short story by author (see below). New York: Harper Voyager, 2019. "Boundless: A Drzzt Novel", by R.R. Salvatore. ISBN 9780062688637. Octavo, illustrated jacket, forest green and black boards with silver spine imprinting, author's monogram stamped in blind on front cover, 410 pp. (xv+395 pp, including two maps at front and the Grandmaster Kane short story at the end), in this B&N Exclusive Edition. Jacket art by Aleks Melnik. New, flawless throughout, cover to cover and jacket. This is Salvatore's second novel in the "Generations" series about Drizzt Do'Urden, the first havng been "Timeless". First Edition and First Printing. Collectible for that status, as well as its B&N Exclusive Edition, the differences in which are the Grandmaster Kane short story at the end, the cover seal (removal, if desired), and dual ISBN numbers, specifically the mainstream ISBN 9780062688637 on the copyright page and the rear-jacket-cover ISBN 9780062982186 for this exclusive edition. See all scans. All else identical to the standard mainstream edition. Ships in a stout new box, of course; not a bag. L16

$95.00

The Wimshurst Machine. Original Studio Prop from Outer Limits Episode, "The Ripper" (1999). Cary Elwes, David Warner, France Nuyen. MGM / Trilogy / Showtime / Alliance-Atlantis, Certified 2000
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The Wimshurst Machine. Original Studio Prop from Outer Limits Episode, "The Ripper" (1999). Cary Elwes, David Warner, France Nuyen. MGM / Trilogy / Showtime / Alliance-Atlantis, Certified 2000

By staff, MGM / Trilogy / Showtime / Alliance-Atlantis

MGM / Trilogy / Showtime / Alliance-Atlantis, 2000 The Wimshurst Machine. Original studio Prop from Outer Limits Episode, "The Ripper" (1999). Cary Elwes, David Warner, France Nuyen, As New. With MGM (Metro Goldwyn Mayer) Certificate of Authenticity, dual signed. MGM / Trilogy / Showtime / Alliance-Atlantis, certified year 2000. "The Ripper" plot was a twist of Jack the Ripper - in which The Ripper is an Alien Entity, trying to frame a quirky scientist (Cary Elwes) for the murders The Entity commits. As new; flawless. Accompanying COA has become slightly bent over the decades, but will flatten under weight. See scans. Though this Wimshurst Machine is a peripheral studio prop (with some moving parts, nonetheless), used only as laboratory decor in the episode, the original Wimshurst was an electrostatic generator, a machine for generating high voltages developed between 1880 and 1883 by British inventor James Wimshurst. LOK

$395.00

Thrawn: Treason (Star Wars). B&N Exclusive Edition with 2-Sided Color Mini-Poster
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Thrawn: Treason (Star Wars). B&N Exclusive Edition with 2-Sided Color Mini-Poster

By Timothy Zahn

New York: Del Rey, an Imprint of Random House, Division of Penguin Random House LLC, 2019 New; pristine cover to cover. First Edition and First Printing. Exclusive B&N Edition, with two-sided color mini-poster. New York: Del Rey, an Imprint of Random House, Division of Penguin Random House LLC, 2019. "Thrawn: Treason (Star Wars)", by Timothy Zahn. ISBN 9781984800954. Octavo, illustrated jacket, red cloth boards with gilt spine imprinting, 335 pp (333 + 2); two sided mini-poster tipped in at front as well, in this B&N Exclusive Edition. Poster art by Darren Tan and Two Dots for the respective two sides. Third novel in author Zahn's series about Grand Admiral Thrawn, after 'Thrawn' and 'Thrawn: Alliances'. New, flawless throughout, cover to cover and jacket. First Edition and First Printing. Collectible for that status, as well as its B&N Exclusive Edition, the differences of which are the mini-poster, the ISBN#, and the stated cover seal (removable, at choice), and the status statement on the copyright page. See all scans. All else identical to the standard mainstream edition. Ships in a stout new box, of course; not a bag. L16

$95.00

National Geographic Magazine - December, 1969. Includes Record, "Sounds of the Space Age". First Explorers on the Moon - the Story of Apollo 11; Yankee Sails Turkey's History; Hornbill's Walled-Up Nest; Chartres
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National Geographic Magazine - December, 1969. Includes Record, "Sounds of the Space Age". First Explorers on the Moon - the Story of Apollo 11; Yankee Sails Turkey's History; Hornbill's Walled-Up Nest; Chartres

By Gilbert Grosvenor (Editor)

Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1969 Includes Record. Near Fine. See scans and description. Washington, DC: The National Geographic Society,1969. The historic December,1969 issue, in this case including the scarce tipped-in recording, "Sounds of the Space Age". Quarto, perfect-bound wraps, 182 pages (148 numbered, plus 34 pages of NGS's engaging ads at front and back); also, as noted, the sought-after recording - removed from many original copies - is here, untouched. Plenty of National Geographic-level color photography on the dominating topic - Apollo - as well as three other captivating articles, those being: Yankee Sails Turkey's History; Hornbill's Walled-Up Nest; Chartres. Near Fine, with just a few micro-points of wear (zoom on scans), otherwise flawless. A high grade example of a very much in-demand NGC issue; scarce thus, especially with the included recording in equally impeccable condition. In sealed protection, on premises, ready to ship. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course; not a bag. LNG5

$325.00

Brass Chinese Brothel (Bordello) Token, circa World War II
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Brass Chinese Brothel (Bordello) Token, circa World War II

By uncredited

China: uncredited, 1945 Brass Chinese Brothel (Bordello) Token ("Whorehouse Chit"), circa World War II.  1 5/8" diameters, 1/8" thick, 1.1 oz.  Average circulated condition or better. See images. Brought back from the World War II Pacific Theater by a U.S. naval officer shortly after hostilities had ceased, this token (chit) is at newest from the early 1940s, probably a decade or more older. Obverse side is rather graphic, reverse bears Chinese Han characters, translation unknown to us. Brothel tokens, historically, have been redeemable for sexual activity at brothels. See images. Apparently quite scarce.   SPC1010

$135.00

National Geographic Magazine - January, 1943. Glass Goes to Town; From Sand to Seer; American Bombers Attacking from Australia; War in the Gilbert Islands; Dogs Join Up; Eastward From Gibraltar
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National Geographic Magazine - January, 1943. Glass Goes to Town; From Sand to Seer; American Bombers Attacking from Australia; War in the Gilbert Islands; Dogs Join Up; Eastward From Gibraltar

By Gilbert Grosvenor (Editor)

Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1943 Very Good. See scans and description. Washington, DC: The National Geographic Society,1943. The January,1943 issue, Volume LXXXIII, Number One. Quarto, perfect-bound wraps, 142 numbered pages (i.e., pp 1-142 for the semi-annual volume, as per the monthly custom of the day), plus 18 pages of very engaging vintage ads at the beginning and end, many of those in color and many, in this era, touting wartime manufacturers; 160 pp. total. Plenty of both color and black and white photos herein. See summary of illustrations on cover scan. Very Good, due to ripple abrasion on rear cover (see rear cover scan); otherwise would be Near Fine, with just light dusting toward top and at top page edges. See all scans. A high grade example, and as such hard to replace. See all scans. In sealed protection, on premises, ready to ship. Inside are pieces on Glass Goes to Town; From Sand to Seer; American Bombers Attacking from Australia; War in the Gilbert Islands; Dogs Join Up; Eastward From Gibraltar. Vintage Spam ad with a Spamwich recipes on the back cover, and, as noted, plenty of other vintage ads inside - those being, somehow, always among my favorites offerings from NG. Scarcer issue than many others of the era, particularly in this condition. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course; not a bag. LNG5

$40.00

Vintage Framed Syracuse University 'Stick with Success' Lacrosse Poster, 1988, with National Championship Seal
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Vintage Framed Syracuse University 'Stick with Success' Lacrosse Poster, 1988, with National Championship Seal

By David Revette (artist)

Syracuse: Syracuse University Department of Athletics, 1988 Fine. See images and description. Vintage Framed Syracuse University 'Stick with Success' Lacrosse Poster, 1988, with National Championship Seal. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Department of Athletics, 1985. David Revette, artist. 24 1/2" x 18 3/4" outside frame dimensions. Walnut framed and glassed. Fine; unblemished in every way. Though this lacrosse poster was produced in '88, the images contained within the nostalgically and artfully designed photograph are of 'Cuse lacrosse memorabilia from many decades prior, on back into the Orange sports history, when it was one of the centers and founding schools of American collegiate lacrosse. A faded jersey, a crosse, a helmet, and a trophy cup - from the mists of time. Extraordinarily scarce, especially with the impressed gold seal at lower right corner -"Syracuse University - Lacrosse National Champions, 1988". SPC1009

$175.00

'The Outer Limits' Television Series (1990s) - Collector's Embroidered Patch
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'The Outer Limits' Television Series (1990s) - Collector's Embroidered Patch

By uncredited

Los Angeles: Metro Goldwyn Mayer / Trilogy/ Showtime / Alliance Atlantis, 2000 Fine; quite literally As New, though received here new in October of 2000. 'The Outer Limits' Television Series (1990s) collector's embroidered patch. Large, at 6 13/16" x 5 1/4". Obverse in gilt and white thread embroidery on deep forest green fine-ribbed cloth. Embroidery executed through stabilizing cloth on reverse. See images of both sides. 'The Outer Limits' series of the nineties was an updated version of the 60s' series of the same name, with newer and better special effects and other production values. Both incarnations were inspired by Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone" series, a now-timeless sequence of Science Fiction / Horror tales with a solemn narrated message at the beginning and end of each installment, usually a lesson about regarding the nature of the spirit of the human species, sometimes with a cosmological twist as well, delivered by Serling. Both incarnations of The Outer Limits followed his lead in that and in other major creative elements. While the 90s Outer Limits had, of course, better production values in general, being newer, neither acolyte ever quite matched Serling's pre- and post-episode message delivery or writing. All three are now, of course, a part what makes the genre so collectible in all forms. An extraordinarily scarce patch, having apparently never been produced in large number, nor widely distributed. Ships in stout protection, of course. S-mph5

$155.00

New York Times Magazine - September 15, 2019. Impossible Match of College Admissions; Koch Foundation Intervention; Hidden Campus Divide; Puerto Rico Disappearing Schools; Celebrities in Campaigns?; The Ethicist; Diagnosis; Eat Curry Blocks
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New York Times Magazine - September 15, 2019. Impossible Match of College Admissions; Koch Foundation Intervention; Hidden Campus Divide; Puerto Rico Disappearing Schools; Celebrities in Campaigns?; The Ethicist; Diagnosis; Eat Curry Blocks

By Jake Silverstein (Editor-in-Chief)

New York : Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., 2019 Near Fine, though New; see scans and description. New York: Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., 2019. The September 15, 2019 issue of New York Times Magazine, the Sunday supplement that has become a worthy periodical in its own right, in part through insightful selection of significant lead articles - in this case, Impossible Match of College Admissions; Koch Foundation Intervention; Hidden Campus Divide; Puerto Rico Disappearing Schools; Celebrities in Campaigns?; The Ethicist; Diagnosis; Eat Curry Blocks. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 78 pp. Near Fine, though in fact New; some small handling stress marks, front cover (scan). Never opened but once, for description and imaging. See all scans. In protective storage, on premises. Other articles, as well, of course, and and, as always, puzzles from top professionals in the field, including here Andrew Kingsley's "Get Your Mind Out of the Gutter" crossword, and another skilled untitled anacrostic (acrostic) by the noted team of Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon. Collectible topical periodical, in maximum high-grade condition. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box - not a bag. LPR48

$30.00

A Guide Book of United States Coins 2020 (Hardcover). The Official Red Book.
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A Guide Book of United States Coins 2020 (Hardcover). The Official Red Book.

By Jeff Garrett (Senior Editor)

Pelham, AL: Whitman Publishing, 2019 New; pristine. A Guide Book of United States Coins 2020 (Hardcover) - The Official Red Book. Jeff Garrett, Senior Editor. Pelham, AL: Whitman Publishing, 2019. Octavo, red boards with gilt imprinting, 463 pp. Replete, of course, with color and black & white photographs and all of the reference information on U.S.and prior American coins, 1556 to date. You know what the Red Book is. New, and flawless. See images. Ships in a stout box, not a bag, of course. L16

$18.95

National Geographic Expeditions Travel Catalog, 2019
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National Geographic Expeditions Travel Catalog, 2019

By uncredited

Washington, DC: National Geographic Partners LLC, 2019 Very Good. See scans and description. Washington, DC: National Geographic Partners LLC. 'National Geographic Expeditions Travel Catalog, 2019'. Qarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 135 pp. Very Good; has been skimmed, shows places of touch handling wear at outside; permanently printed subscriber's address on rear cover. A relatively scarce NGPLLC issuance, with well over100 expedition-type travel suggestions around the world. Tips, lodging, etc. LPR48

$25.00

Architectural Digest - September, 2019. 'The Style Issue'. Cara & Poppy Delevigne Cover. Jacques Garcia Sicily Compound; Ulla Johnson 'Brooklyn Bohème' Rowhouse; Bethan Laura Wood Studio; Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece Manhattan Residence; Pierre Yovanovitch; Tadashi Kawamata; Nathalie Du Pasquier; Toshiko Mori; Johnson Hartig
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Architectural Digest - September, 2019. 'The Style Issue'. Cara & Poppy Delevigne Cover. Jacques Garcia Sicily Compound; Ulla Johnson 'Brooklyn Bohème' Rowhouse; Bethan Laura Wood Studio; Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece Manhattan Residence; Pierre Yovanovitch; Tadashi Kawamata; Nathalie Du Pasquier; Toshiko Mori; Johnson Hartig

By Amy Astley (Editor in Chief)

New York: Condé Nast, 2019 New, and pristine. One of two cover variants. New York: Condé Nast, 2019. The September, 2019 issue of Architectural Digest, the venerable (founded 1920) leader in the interior design / landscape design / architecture genre. " 'The Style Issue', with Cara & Poppy Delevigne, at their home in L.A., on the cover. Quarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps,160 pp. New, and striking; removed from shipping bag only for scanning and description. See scans. In sealed protection, on premises, ready to ship. As always, astonishing photography - at the Robb Report level, with more topic-specific focus - and knowledgeable journalism. Inside: Cara & Poppy Delevigne; Jacques Garcia Sicily Compound; Ulla Johnson 'Brooklyn Bohème' Rowhouse; Bethan Laura Wood Studio; Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece Manhattan Residence; Pierre Yovanovitch; Tadashi Kawamata; Nathalie Du Pasquier; Toshiko Mori; Johnson Hartig. You get the idea. Collectible in this condition. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box - not a bag. LPR48

$30.00

The Healing Muse: A Journal of Literary and Visual Arts. Fall, 2016
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The Healing Muse: A Journal of Literary and Visual Arts. Fall, 2016

By Deirdre Neilen, PhD (Editor-in-Chief)

Syracuse: SUNY Upstate Medical University, 2016 Near Fine - very See scans and description. Syracuse, NY: SUNY Upstate Medical University, 2016. 'The Healing Muse: A Journal of Literary and Visual Arts.' Fall, 2016. Edited by Deirdre Neilen, PhD. ISBN# 9780978960506. Octavo, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 167 pp. (xii + 155). Near Fine, without flaw of any kind; would be As New, impeccable but for four lines of one poem which have been highlighted by the original owner. Replete with engaging, in-spirit illustrations in both color and black and white. 123 works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and visuals by a wide variety of artists and scholars. Quiet scarce, especially in this condition. Ships in a sturdy box, of course - not a bag. L16

$55.00

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