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D. H. Lawrence.

By: Aldington, Richard.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: London, Heinemann: [1935]

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2159

Condition: Near Fine condition


22 pps.; 12mo; blue, white & orange wrappers. Minor rubbing at spine, touch of soil to white back panel. Printed ownership label (1" sq.), of Albert Sperisen inside corner of front cover.A complete list of his works to date, together with a critical appreciation by the author. View more info

A Grain of Wheat, A Writer Begins.

By: Bulla, Clyde Robert.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Boston, David R. Godine: [1985]

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1752

ISBN: 0879235683

Condition: Fine condition in very good or better jacket, with mylar wrap


Inscribed by the author on half-title. Sm. 8vo; cloth, in pictorial salmon jacket; frontis photograph. Light soil to jacket; jacket spine slightly faded. View more info

New World Journal. Vol. 1, Numbers 2&3, Double Issue.

By: Callahan, Bob, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Turtle Island: Spring, 1977

Seller ID: 2222

Condition: Fine condition


120 pps.; 8vo; illustrated blue wrappers. View more info

The Condemned Playground. Essays: 1927-1944.

By: Connolly, Cyril.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: N.Y., Macmillan: 1946

Edition: First U. S. Edition, Third printing.

Seller ID: 1750

Condition: Fine condition in Very Good dj, in Mylar Wrap


Signed by the author on endpaper. 8vo; red cloth, in dust jacket. Moderate soil to jacket; fading at spine; minor wear at jacket edges.Reprinted from English plates with misspelling of American names. View more info

Scotty.

By: Davis, Christopher.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: London, Rupert Hart-Davis: 1959

Edition: Advanced Review Copy

Seller ID: 1741

Condition: Chipped with about a half-inch of loss at foot of spine. Near fine.


Warmly inscribed to Kay Boyle on half-title, and signed on the title. 235 pp.; 12mo; printed gray wrappers. Note in red pencil correcting placement of page title for Part Three. View more info

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Under an Aztec Sun.

By: DOERR, HARRIET.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: [Covelo, CA], The Yolla Bolly Press: 1990

Edition: Limited Edition

Seller ID: 8766

Condition: Near Fine condition


No. 185of 190 copies bound in sewn paper wrappers. 112 pp.; 10" x 7.25"; cover of tan, handmade Indian bagasse paper and a burgundy paper jacket printed in two colors. The book was set in Veronese type with page decorations from linoleum blocks cut by Karin Wikstrom and printed in multiple colors on Mohawk Superfine. The binding is sewn with linen thread; in complimentary orange slipcase. Moderate dulling in the production process to part of the decorative gold illustration front cover. Six stories, all but two previously unpublished at the time: Consider This, Senora; Saint's ... View more info

The Story of the Bed.

By: Dusenbery, Walter.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: [San Francisco], Natoma Society: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2005

Condition: Near Fine condition


Unpaged; 6" x 6"; embossed gold wrappers; text with facing black & white photos of a bed in various San Francisco locals, i.e. home plate at Big Rec basball field. Light foxing to foredge of front endpaper. View more info

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The Story of the Bed.

By: Dusenbery, Walter.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: [San Francisco], Natoma Society: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 6574

Condition: Fine condition


Unpaged; 6" x 6"; embossed gold wrappers; text with facing black & white photos of a bed in various San Francisco locals, i.e. home plate at Big Rec basball field. Light foxing to foredge of front endpaper. View more info

The Real Long Goodbye. The unconventional marriage of Raymond Chandler and Cissy Chandler.

By: Freeman, Judith.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, UCLA Library: 2006

Edition: Cashin Lecture Series, Number 1

Seller ID: 1953

Condition: Fine condition


28 pp.; 8vo; stapled, printed gray wrappers; black & white photographs. View more info

Mademoiselle De Maupin. Wood engravings by Howard Simon.

By: Gautier, Theophile.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: N.Y., Ives Washburn: 1929

Edition: Limited Edition

Seller ID: 2301

Condition: Near Fine condition


#95 of 150 copies printed, with 8 mounted plates, pencil signed by the artist. 4to; vellum backed boards; gilt stamped paper spine label. Printed on all rag, deckle edge paper. Browning to vellum in spots primarily on front panel. A very clean copy.First published in 1835. In September 1833, Gautier was solicited to write a historical romance based on the life of French opera star Mlle Maupin, who was a first-rate swordswoman and often went about disguised as a man. Originally, the story was to be about the historical la Maupin, who set fire to a convent for the love of another woman, ... View more info

A Point of View, and an occasional other vagrant vignette or two Illustrated by Phil Little.

By: Harris, Larry.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: San Francisco, By the author: 1953

Edition: 'Family Edition'

Seller ID: 1738

Condition: Very light soil; light crease to contents & half-title; Near fine condition


Printed by W. P., Edward, and Herman Wobber. 96 pp.; decorative, laminated white paper over boards.Short vignettes of San Francisco, etc. View more info

". . . A rare privilege, this, of being an American" A personal note on Gertrude Stein [cover title].

By: Harrison, Gilbert A.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, Friends of the UCLA Library: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1823

Condition: Fine condition


[16] pp.; oblong 12mo; printed orange wrappers; group photo of American volunteers and their French friends in WWI including Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein.Keepsake issued on the occasion of an exhibition of the Gertrude Stein Collection. View more info

Gedichte Deutsch mit einem Nachwort von Eva Hesse

By: Jeffers, Robinson.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: [Passau, Germany], Andreas - Haller: [1984]

Seller ID: 1493

ISBN: 3888491010

Condition: Fine condition


167 pp.; 8vo; pictorial white wrappers; black & white photographs including frontis portrait by Edward Weston. Text in German. View more info

Two Early Letters to Hazel Pinkham Introduction by Robert M. Kafka

By: Jeffers, Una & Robinson.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, The Library Patrons of Occidental College: 1983

Edition: One hundred and fifty copies printed at the Tiger Press by Tyrus G. Harmsen.

Seller ID: 1474

Condition: A fine copy


10 pp; 7" x 4.5"; light blue wrappers printed in red. Laid in is a t.l.s. from Tyrus Harmsen on Occidental College letterhead to Carolyn and James Robertson, Yolla Bolly Press: "Dear Friends: Last month I completed work on my Jeffers keepsake which I mentioned to you and am now pleased to send a copy for you. If you are in the southland the first week in January, I would be delighted to have you visit here . . ." View more info

Romantic Revolutions, Criticism and Theory.

By: Johnston, Kenneth R., Gilbert Chaitin, et al., editors.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Bloomington & Indianapolis, Indiana University Press: [1990]

Seller ID: 2092

ISBN: 025320562X

Condition: Fine condition


432 pp., index; wrappers. View more info

The Splendid Shilling.

By: Jones, Idwal.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: N.Y., Doubleday, Page & co.: 1926

Edition: First Edition, Inscribed By the Author

Seller ID: 928

Condition: Good or better in Poor dj preserved in mylar wrap.


332 pp.; 8vo; black cloth, decoration and letters stamped in red; endpapers decorated in red floral pattern; dust jacket. Front corners a trifle bumped; small ownership label on front pastedown; evidence of damping to spine with some bleeding of red from endpaper on front jacket flap and on the verso of endpaper; jacket torn, chipped, taped somewhat damped, with approx. one inch of loss lower spine; and loss to lower corner area of front jacket [ 4 x 3 1/2 x 3 1/2]. Authors first book, " Presented to Alex Case[n?]dan, Captain of the Night Watch, regards Idwal Jones." A novel... View more info

China Boy.

By: Jones, Idwal.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, The Primavera Press: [1936]

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 932

Condition: Very Good in Fair dj, in Mylar Wrap


Cloth backed, decorative boards; minor shelf wear to boards; jacket chipped and torn at edges with 2 1/2" piece out at top edge. View more info

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Cake. Vol 1, No. 1.

By: Lape, Peter and John Goodfellow, editors.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: San Francisco, By the editors: 1987

Seller ID: 2134

Condition: Near Fine condition


[70] pps., ads.; 4to; illustrated wrappers; illustrations; b&w photos; poem by g. huth on printer labels tipped in p. 13; publishers order card laid in. Without loose Utah Community Center for the Deaf sign language card. Front cover monoprint (ants & glass) and artwork were done in collaboration with 14 Windows Editions. No later issues were published that we know of but there is one variant edition of the wrappers. A finely wrought Little Magazine by thoughtful editors, as we remember one of them. Light wear at spine.Including contributions by: Janine Pommy Vega, Stephen Dixon, Robe... View more info

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The Man Who Died.

By: Lawrence, D. H.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: N.Y., Knopf: 1931

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 2163

Condition: Good condition in Fair jacket


8vo; black cloth in dust jacket. Lending library stamps on pastedowns, endpapers and margins leaving absolutly no doubt that it is from Logan's Book & News Store in Athens, Ohio. Jacket is chipped & creased at extremities with internal paper tape repair. Extensive bookseller's notes on front endpaper in pencil. View more info

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The Man Who Died, With illustrations drawn and engraved on the wood by John Farleigh. Type format arranged by J. H. Mason. Printed by W. Lewis at Cambridge.

By: Lawrence, D. H.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: London, Heinemann: 1935

Edition: First Illustrated Edition

Seller ID: 2165

Condition: Fine condition


4to; cloth-backed marbled boards, spine stamped in gilt. Without dustwrapper. Square inch owndership label of Albert Sperisen on leading lower corner of front pastedown. View more info