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    In Calabria by Peter S. Beagle

    In Calabria by Peter S. Beagle (author of The Last Unicorn, A Fine and Private Place) Hardcover First Edition - First Printing San Francisco: Tachyon Press, 2017. SIGNED by Peter Beagle on the title page. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket as NEW and UNREAD. NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers. ALSO: The picture is of the actual item for sale. (The picture is NOT a stock photo.)


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    Cousin Beedie and Cousin Hot : My Life With the Carter Family of Plains, Georgia. by Carter, Hugh and Frances Spatz Leighton.[association copy: Bruce Reed]

    Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1978., 1978. Very Good. 1st edition, 1st printing ; SIGNED presentation by Hugh Carter to Bruce Reed ; dark orange cloth with metallic bronze lettering, in nicked and soiled photographic dustjacket ; some wear and fading to cloth covers ; VG/G


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    $237.00

    Autograph letter signed ("Edw: Taylor") to "Mr. Jno. Bray, St. George's Bridge, Norwich" by TAYLOR, Edward 1784-1863

    An English bass and writer on music, Taylor "sang at the Octagon Chapel and the Glee and Catch Club, was principal bass at the Hall Concerts, and played a key role in the founding and organization of the Norwich Triennial Festival in 1824; he was also skilled as a wind player and choir trainer... Still associated with opposition politics, by 1829 he had become music critic for the weekly Spectator. Its didactic, reform-minded tone suited him well, and he wrote there regularly for 14 years, notably on provincial festivals, the relative merits of Spohr (his friend) and Mendelssohn (whom he thought overrated), and on the importance of earlier music and of amateur music-making... Not the least of his achievements was the amassing of an important private collection, rich in church music, rare madrigals and motets, French, Italian and English (it was sold in 1863)." Leanne Langley in Grove Music Online. Smart (1776-1867) was a noted conductor, organist and composer, central to 19th century English musical life.. 1-1/4 pp. Quarto. Dated June 7, 1834. With integral autograph address panel. Regarding an engagement in Westminster Abbey, saying that he has told Sir George Smart that he "cannot have a player more competent to Oratorio business" but concluding that he can do no more, "except as one of the Principal Singers," because "I don't choose to lay myself under any obligations to the Lords who pretend to manage the Festival." Somewhat worn and soiled; creased at folds with small holes to address panel not affecting text; remnants of red sealing wax; small seal tears.


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    The Little Point Guard, the Greg Brown Story (a Mother's Perspective) by Brown, Mary

    Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.: Creative Designs, Inc., 1994. 123 Pages. May 1994 Edition.Signed by Greg Brown #12 on inside of front cover and signed by the author (mother of Greg) on title page. Cover has large paste on portrait of Greg Brown. For years basketball fans in New Mexico have watched Greg Brown. They saw him win a state championship with Albuwquerque High School, hit long-range jumpers for Mew Mexico Junior College, capture the Western Athletic Conference and tournament crowns at the University of New Mexico. Greg had but one dream to be on the Lobos Basket Ball Team for the University of New Mexico. Mary Brown, Greg's mother shares her perspective of watching Greg fulfill his dream. She shares a 17 year odyssey of Greg's determination to overcome adversity and excel in basketball, In 1994 Greg was voted WAC Most Valuable Player of the Year. Sprinkled with inspiration and philosophy, this book includes many newspaper accounts and over 20 photographs fo the Greg Brown basketball career. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2".


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    $450.00

    Sharecropper by Gwathmey, Robert

    New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1969. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. Lithograph printed in black on BFK Rives paper. Edition of 125. Signed and numbered by the artist. 30 x 22 inches, Kennedy, 150.


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    $85.00

    WHEN BIRDS COULD TALK AND BATS COULD SING by HAMILTON, Virginia

    1996. MOSER, Barry. HAMILTON, Viriginia. WHEN BIRDS COULD TALK & BATS COULD SING. Illustrated by Barry Moser. NY: Blue Sky Press, [1996]. First Edition, first printing. Quarto, cloth and red boards stamped in gilt in dust jacket. Signed by Hamilton and Moser on a tipped-in bookplate on the dedication page. A beautifully illustrated collection of stories based on African American folktales from the Plantation era in the South. Fine in d/j. $85.00.


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    $150.00

    San Francisco's Jewel City Signed by the Author by Laura A. Ackley

    Beautiful small folio book covering the International Panama-Pacific Exposition aka World's Fair which took place in San Francisco in the early 20th Century. A must-have for San Francisco history buffs! San Francisco's Jewel City: The Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915 by Laura A. Ackley Hardcover First Edition - Second Printing Heyday and California Historical Society 2015. Beautiful book with numerous photographs and illustrations, some of them originally black and white photos colored. SIGNED and Dated 9/28/2015 on the Title Page with Inscription "Enjoy the Fair!". Fine as NEW without Dust Jacket as issued. 382 Pages. The Panama–Pacific International Exposition ( PPIE ) was a world's fair held in San Francisco, in the United States, between February 20 and December 4 in 1915. Its ostensible purpose was to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but it was widely seen in the city as an opportunity to showcase its recovery from the 1906 earthquake. The fair was constructed on a 635 acre (2.6 km2) site in San Francisco, along the northern shore, between the Presidio and Fort Mason, now known as the Marina District. Among the exhibits at the Exposition was the C. P. Huntington , the first steam locomotive purchased by Southern Pacific Railroad; the locomotive is now on static display at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento. A telephone line was also established to New York City so people across the continent could hear the Pacific Ocean. The Liberty Bell traveled by train on a nationwide tour from Pennsylvania to attend the exposition. After that trip, the Liberty Bell returned to Philadelphia, and has not made any further journeys since.[1] The 1915 American Grand Prize and Vanderbilt Cup auto races were held February 27 and March 6 on a 3.84-mile (6.18 km) circuit set up around the Exposition grounds.[2] The Smithsonian Institution also had an exhibition at the Exposition. NOTE: The pictures are of the actual item for sale. (The pictures are NOT stock photos.)


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    $38.00

    Popular Politics and Resistance Movements in South Africa by Beinart, William [Editor]; Dawson, Marcelle C. [Editor]

    Wits University Press, 2010. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine. Signed. The half title page has been signed and inscribed by Dawson, one of the editors. The wraps are the slightest touch rubbed and edge worn, and the top corner of the spine is slightly torn. The wraps remain neat and bright. Internally, there are 3 other inscriptions from various owner's along with Dawson's inscription on the half title page. The rest of the pages within are clean, crisp and complete. The binding remains lovely and tight. A charming book. JV.K


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    $150.00

    Stapeldon by Manning, W

    German?, ca. 1850-1930. Print. 30 x 24 cm. Signed by the artist in pencil.


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    Waffle Street: The Confession and Rehabilitation of a Financier by James Adams

    San Clemente, California: Sourced Media Books, 2010. 296 Pages Indexed. Signed By Adams on Half Title Page. Front cover has very light wear. No other defects noted and interior text pages flawless. Jimmy Adams was laid off from a hedge fund in early 2009. Wearied by eight years in the bond market and disillusioned by the financial services profession, he decides to get an honest job for a change. Before he knows what hit him, Jimmy finds himself waiting on tables of barflies at his local Waffle House. Amidst the glorious chaos of the night shift, the 24-hour diner affords a bevy of comedic experiences as the author struggles to ingratiate himself with a motley crew of waiters and cooks. Unexpectedly, the restaurant also becomes a font of insight into financial markets and the human condition. In a uniquely hilarious and thought-provoking narrative, This book unravels the enigmas of money, banking, economics, and grits once and for all. As they laugh heartily at the author's expense, readers will develop a profound appreciation for the first principle of economics: there really is no such thing as a free lunch. Contents in Eight Chapters: Pink Slip, Scattered Smothered and Clueless, One Flew over the Waffle House, You Can't Bank on Anything, Crime and Punishment, The Restaurant of Last Resort, Romeo and Juliet Hedge Their bets, and Mea Culpa.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2".


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    THE GEOMETRY OF LOVE : A Novel by Levine, Jessica

    Berkeley, CA: She Writes Press, 2014. BRAND NEW & COLLECTIBLE w/trace curling to softcover. Author signed Advance Reading Copy. A contemporary novel; debut work of Jessica Levine. Aspiring poet Julia, content living with her reliable boyfriend, meets up with her past love ... a composer who inspires her creativity. She is loathe to give up her life of security and stability, and he, unable to commit to a permanent relationship.. Advance Reading Copy (ARC). Soft Cover. NEW/None as Issued. Author Signed/ARC.


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    $89.95

    Homely Girl : And Other Stories by Miller, Arthur by Arthur Miller

    Viking Adult, 1995-10-01. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. SIGNED perfectly in fine, black ink on title page (signature only) . No DJ as issued. Lovely Modigliani picture inset on black, cloth cover. Beautiful copy shows light use. Includes beautiful bookmark from BOOKS & Co., Madison Avenue, NYC. Insurance included.


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    $20,000.00

    To Kill a Mockingbird by Lee, Harper

    Lippincott, 1960 First Edition, First Printing. A spectacular First Issue dust jacket with Jonathan Daniels quote printed on the back flap. This copy is SIGNED by Harper Lee on a laid in signature. This ORIGINAL sophisticated dustjacket is vibrant in color with NO chips or tears. The book is in nice condition, with slight wear to the spine and page edges. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or book plates in the book. Overall, a superb copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition!!! We buy Harper Lee First Editions.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/As New.


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    Hellenes and Hellions: Modern Greek Characters in American Literature. Signed by Alexander Karanikas. by Karanikas, Alexander

    Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1981. Book. Near fine condition. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). First Edition. Octavo (8vo). xvi, 551 pages of text including a bibliography and an index. Hardcover binding in almost new condition. Unclipped dustjacket with two tiny chips and minimal browning; protected in archival mylar. Signed and inscribed on the front endpaper by the author in the year of publication "With appreciation and special best wishes to Jovanna In the spirit of Hellenism [signed] Alexander Karanikas 12/3/81." First edition..


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    $160.00

    Throne of Jade by Noami Novik

    Temeraire: Throne of Jade (second book of Temeraire) by Naomi Novik (author of His Majesty's Dragon) True First Hardcover Edition - First Printing HarperCollins UK 2006 (there was a later signed limited edition published by Subterranean Press in 2008) SIGNED, signed directly as a stand-alone signature on title page as shown . Fine in Fine Dustjacket . A perfect unread copy! I can find NO copies of this edition signed directly on the book by the author. (There are two copies available at this writing with signed book plates.) NOTE: All modern books with dustjackets come with dustjacket covers. ALSO: The picture is the actual item for sale. (The picture is NOT a stock photo.)


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    $25.00

    LEON GARFIELD by NATOV, Roni

    1994. NATOV, Roni. LEON GARFIELD. NY: Twayne Publishing, [1994]. 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed presentation from Natov on front endpaper: "For Amy & Len, My loving family. I have always counted on your love & support in my life and I've always gotten it. I love you Always, Roni." Good (some water damage front cover) in very good (interior dampstaining) d/j. $25.00.


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    The Seventh Enemy (A Brady Coyne Mystery) (SIGNED) by William G. Tapply

    Otto Penzler Books. Used; Very Good. Otto Penzler Books 1995 Hardcover. Inscribed by author on front free end page. Pages are clean and unmarked. Jacket has no rips or tears, is not price clipped, and is covered in protective mylar. Book Condition: Very Good Jacket Condition: Very Good . 1995. HARDCOVER.


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    $300.00

    Tribute to Mr Charles W. Engelhard on his death by Senator Michael Mansfield in Congressional Record. Vol 117, No. 27 p. 1 (S 2317) by (Engelhard, Charles) Mansfield, Mike

    Washington, D.C., 1971. 1 vols. 4to. Stapled as issued. Laid in three quarter blue morocco slipcase and chemise. Fine. 1 vols. 4to. Inscribed by Mike Mansfield "Dear Jane (Engelhard),- With sadness & sympathy As Always, Mike Mansfield."


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    $100.00

    The Throat by Straub, Peter

    Baltimore, MD: Borderlands Press, 1993. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/very near Fine. 693 pp. Bound in brown cloth with marigold endpapers and pastedowns in a grey dust jacket with a black slipcase. Price of $95.00 on the front flap of the dust jacket. Signed by the author on the limitation page. Numbered 310 out of 350 copies on the limitation page. Winner of the 1993 Bram Stoker Award for horror fiction. A Near Fine book with a slight push to the crown of the spine resulting in a mild separation between the backstrip and the textblock; dust jacket is close to Fine with a faint, small crease to the front flap. Black slipcase is Fine.


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    $200.00

    Pistoletto by Germano Celant

    Electa Firenze, 1984. 219 pages. Square format paperback, bound in stiff illustrated paper covers. Text in Italian. Inscribed by the artist in ink on the half title: "A Clara Diament Sujo amicolimente Michelangelo Pistoletto." Else, there is mild shelfwear to the edges and associated light rubbing to the covers, the binding remains tight and solid, with no other markings to the interior. . Inscribed by the Artist. Wrappers. Very Good.


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    The Red Hat Club (SIGNED) by Smith, Haywood

    St. Martin's Press. Used; Very Good. St. Martin's Press 2003 Hardcover stated First Edition. SIGNED by author on front free end page. Jacket has very light wear. Book Condition: Very Good Jacket Condition: Very Good . 2003. First Edition. HARDCOVER.


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    The Recumbent by Cardona-Hine, Alvaro and George Kalamaras

    Chattanooga, Tennessee: C & R Press, 2010. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine. A sterling condition trade paperback with tight binding, no markings, and little if any wear to the cover. Illustrated softpaper wraps. Virtually pristine interior, gift-quality condition. Signed by the second author at the half-title. 144 pp. Additional postage may be required for oversize or especially heavy volumes, and for sets.


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    Miracles Can Be Yours Today by Robertson, Pat; (SIGNED)

    Integrity Pub, 2006. Hard Cover. As New/Very Good +. Signed by Author. Signed by Author Signed by Author Clean, tight copy, Signed by author on ex-libris plate on first end page, thus "I hope this book proves a blessing in your life and that you wil see miracles in 2006, Pat Robertson". 179 pp.


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    Trumps of Doom by Roger Zelazny

    Trumps of Doom by Roger Zelazny Hardcover First Edition - Signed Limited Underwood-Miller 1985 #338/500 copies. Signed on limitation page. Fine in Fine Dustjacket in Fine- Suede Slipcase. The first book of the Second Chronicles of Amber series, the sequel to the first chronicle beginning with Nine Princes in Amber. Like the first Chronicles, the second comprises five books, although Underwood-Miller appears to have completed only these two. I assume they were planning to publish the 3 thru 5, but it never happened. NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers. ALSO: The picture is the actual item for sale. (The picture is NOT a stock photo.)


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    Copy of a signature for a new bank. by [ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND]

    n.p. [Edinburgh?], n.d. [1727 or 1728]. 4to., caption title with a large woodcut headpiece, 35 + (1)pp., slight foxing here and there and a few small marginal stains, final (blank) page soiled, marginal repairs to last two leaves (not near printed surface), entirely uncut, in fine old-style quarter calf gilt by Trevor Lloyd. First edition. In the face of opposition from the Bank of Scotland, the new Royal Bank of Scotland was granted its charter on 31st May 1727. By its charter, the Company of the Royal Bank was given full authority and liberty to 'exercise the rights and powers of banking' in Scotland. In the present document, the charter comprises pp.1-16 and is signed at the end, 'R. Walpole. Will. Yonge. Geo. Dodington', and dated 8 July 1727. This is followed by the two-page (pp.27-28) Part of a clause in His Majesty's Patent for improving fisheries and manufactures in Scotland, No.21>. And The humble petition of David Earl of Leven, Governor, and Company of the Bank of Scotland> (pp.29-30) is followed finally by Memorial for the Governor and Company of the Bank of Scotland> (pp.31-35). The Charter> of the new Royal Bank granted 'unto the said Company of the Royal Bank of Scotland and their Successors for ever, full Power and Liberty to exercise the Rights and Powers of Banking in that Part of his united Kingdom called Scotland only, and in particular to lend to any Person or Persons, Bodies politick or corporate, such Sum and Sums of Money as they shall think fit at any Interest not exceeding lawful Interest, on real or personal Security, and particularly on Pledges of any Kind whatsoever of any Goods, Wares, Merchandizes or other Effects whatsoever, in such Way or Manner as to the said Company shall seem proper and convenient, and that the said Company may keep the Money or Cash of any Person or Persons, Bodies politick and corporate whatsoever, and may borrow, owe, or take up in Scotland on their Bills or Notes, payable on Demand, to be signed in such Manner, and by such Persons as the Court of Directors herein after mentioned shall direct and appoint, or in such other Manner as the said Court of Directors shall think fit, any Sum or Sums of Money whatsoever.'


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