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[ Munich]: Carl Hanser Verlag, 1992. 520pp. Large octavo. Black ribbed cloth, stamped with a silver UFA logo. Photographs. First edition. A massive, well-illustrated history of the great German film studio. About fine in dust jacket.

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FLYING SAUCERS ON THE ATTACK

[UFOlogy]: Wilkins, Harold T.

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New York: Citadel Press, 1954. Cloth. Photographs. First edition. Very good in frayed and nicked dust jacket, with several short edge tears.

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FLYING SAUCERS - SERIOUS BUSINESS

[UFOlogy]: Edwards, Frank

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New York: Lyle Stuart, 1966. Cloth and boards. Plates. First edition. Near fine in very good, lightly rubbed and edgeworn black dust jacket.

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FLYING SAUCERS FROM OUTER SPACE

[UFOlogy]: Keyhoe, Donald E.

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New York: Henry Holt, 1953. Cloth. Photographs. First edition. Small bump to fore-edge of upper board, otherwise fine in very good pictorial jacket with old internal mend at lower fore-corner of front panel and other small nicks.

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REUNION

Uhlman, Fred

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New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1977. Printed wrappers. Spine a trace sunned, otherwise fine, with publisher's promotional letter laid in. Uncorrected page proofs of the first US edition. Introduction by Arthur Koestler. The source novel for the 1989 screen adaptation by Harold Pinter.

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REUNION

Uhlman, Fred

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New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1977. Gilt cloth. Remainder mark on lower edge, otherwise fine in near fine dust jacket with faint sticker smudge on front panel. First US edition. Introduction by Arthur Koestler. The source novel for the 1989 screen adaptation by Harold Pinter.

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A HANDBOOK OF JAZZ

Ulanov, Barry

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New York: Viking, 1957. Cloth and boards. First edition. Near fine in good-very good, somewhat creased dust jacket with some internal mends. HORN 970.

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[A Group of Ten Television Scripts for:] BAT MASTERSON

Ullman, Dan, et al [screenwriters]

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Hollywood: ZIV / United Artists, 1960. Ten items. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Variously stapled, bradbound, and bradbound in wrappers. Last two leaves of first script torn and stained at top, a few leaves frayed, otherwise good to very good, or better. A sampling of the scripts for ten different episodes (plus three duplicates) for the popular television western which ran three seasons (1958-61) on NBC, and starred Gene Barry in a highly fictionalized depiction of Masterson. The scripts present here are denoted as 49B (aired Nov. 1959), 50B, 53B, 54B, 69B, 77B, 84B, 87B, 91B and 96B. The script number does not necessarily dictate the airing sequence: 87B was the penultimate episode, aired 25 May 1961.

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New York: Metropolitan, 1903. Pictorial blue cloth stamped in gilt, yellow, brown and white, depicting an exciting track scene, with two horses and their riders racing neck and neck in front of crowded stands. With thirty full-page illustrations by an unnamed but barely talented artist. First edition of the self-admitted bookmaker's first book. Light wear to corners and spine ends, otherwise a very nice, bright copy.

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Penland, NC: Jargon Society, 1971. Quarto. Pictorial wrappers. Top edge a trace dust marked, price sticker removed from rear wrapper, very good. First edition, wrapper bound issue. Jargon 50. Introductory "Remembrance" by John Jacob Niles, and Preface by Jonathan Williams.

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[ Millerton, NY]: Aperture, 1974. Oblong quarto. Gilt cloth. Plates. Preface by William Clift. First edition, clothbound issue. Very good, in good, somewhat darkened and shelfworn dust jacket with a few closed tears.

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JAMAICA WHITE

Underhill, Harold

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London & [Kingston]: W. H. Allen in association with The Novelty Trading Co. Ltd., 1972. Large octavo. Gilt boards. Fine in near fine dust jacket with revised jacket art. An interesting edition of this 1968 novel about Annie Palmer, the purported witch of Rose Hall, printed in the UK for distribution in Jamaica.

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JAMAICA WHITE

Underhill, Harold

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London: W. H. Allen, 1968. Large octavo. Gilt boards. First UK edition of this novel about Annie Palmer, the purported witch of Rose Hall. Fine in near fine dust jacket with some sunning to the spine panel.

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JAMAICA WHITE

Underhill, Harold

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New York: Macmillan, 1968. Large octavo. Gilt cloth. First US edition of this novel about Annie Palmer, the purported witch of Rose Hall. Fine in near fine dust jacket with some sunning to the spine panel and a couple tiny edge tears.

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Marseille: [Imprimerie de Hte. Bosquet] Se Vend Chez L'Auteur, 1832. [4],23,[1]pp. Octavo. Original sewn printed wrappers, untrimmed. First edition. Small paper adhesion on upper wrapper, otherwise about fine. OCLC/Worldcat locates two copies, one at Michigan, one in Lyon. OCLC: 373521222 & 32518700.

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LES JOYAUX DE LA MARQUISE

Gilles [undisclosed pseud]

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[Brussels]: Partout et Nulle part, mais dans l'Arrière- boutique de tous les Librairies en l'an de Joie, 1890. [6],[7]-15,[1]pp. 12mo. Plain wrapper. Wrapper soiled, internally very good. A later printing of this bawdy playlet, issued in the "Petit Theatre Naturaliste." The first printing appeared in 1883, and its publication has been attributed to H. Kistemaeckers. Apart from the imprint date, this printing seems identical. OCLC locates copies of the 1883 printing only, at UCLA and the BL. Reade, REGISTRUM LIBRORUM EROTICORUM 1974. Pia, LES LIVRES DE L'ENFER, p.352. DUTEL 431. KEARNEY (PRIVATE CASE) 946.

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THE AXE

Undset, Sigrid

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New York & London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928. Large octavo. Cloth. First US edition, translated from the Norwegian by Arthur G. Chater. A couple of smudges to prelims, otherwise very good or better in very good pictorial dust jacket (by Frank McIntosh) with two internal mends.

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LEAVING THE LAND

Unger, Douglas

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New York: Harper & Row, 1984. Cloth and boards. First edition, first novel. Review copy, with photo, slip and flyer laid in. Very fine in dust jacket.

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EL YANQUI

Unger, Douglas

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New York: Harper & Row, 1986. Pictorial wrappers. Advance reading copy of the first edition of the author's second book, printing text deleted from the published edition (here marked in red) and errata. Fine.

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New York: Charles Frohman, 1910. Three volumes. [3],43;[1],50;[1],35 leaves. Quarto. Original and carbon typescripts, with red rules, bradbound in steno service wrappers, each bearing the large rubber stamp of producer Charles Frohman. Some soiling, discolorations and fraying to wrappers, internally very good. A three act theatrical script associated with the premiere production of this comedy. The script for Act II bears the signature of Joseph Allenton, who played the lead, and the denotation "Original." Those for acts one and three are stamped "Latest Corrected Copy." The play opened at the Lyceum on 19 September 1910 and closed after 48 performances. One of the scripts is dated "10/20/10" in the corner of the upper wrapper, and there are a few corrections and annotations in the texts. Prominent theatrical producer Charles Frohman (who was lost on the Lusitania in 1915, while demonstrating exemplary courage) produced the play. This was a quite early writing credit for Unger (1885-1940), who had an active ... Read more

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