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Mad Magazine. 1964. Good condition.
1955 . Pushkin, Alexander. AN AMATEUR PEASANT GIRL. Miniature Books. Emmaus, PA: The Rodale Press, c1955. 43pp. illus. Ian Ribbons. 8vo. Cloth backed/illus. paper-covered boards. 8vo. E.pages slightly offset, else fine bright copy $15.00
Miniature Books/The Rodale Press. 1955. H Hard Cover. Very Good. First Edition, thus.
Emmaus: The Rodale Press, 1955. A fresh, bright example of this little volume of the Rodale Miniature Series, within original glassine wrapper.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/DJ VG-. Illus. by Ian Ribbons. 12mo.
Publisher, 1955. Hardcover. Good. Good hardcover. No DJ. Pages are clean and unmarked. Covers show minor shelf wear. Binding is tight, hinges strong. Small nick on spine. Previous owner's inscription on end paper.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
London: Miniature Books/Rodale Press, 1955. This hard cover, is in VERY GOOD CONDITION. With original glassine dust jacket in Good + condition, with edge wear/tear & light foxing, protected in a mylar cover. 43pp bound in paper and cloth over boards, with colour illustrations, has light foxing on prelims. BINDING AND HINGES STRONG AND TIGHT. No labels or inscriptions.. Hard Cover. Illus. by Ribbons, Ian. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
Emmaus: Rodale/ Miniature Books, 1955. Book. Fine. hard. 1st thus. Tight, solid, no names, clean text. Beautifully produced in Great Britain Ian Ribbons artwork. fine, good+ chipped original glassine, black cloth w/ pict. bds 43 pgs.
London/ Emmaus: Rodale, 1955. Book. Illus. by Ian Ribbons. Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition thus. Slim volume, black cloth spine w/ pictorial brown bds. Paper ghosts on endpapers. No names, clean text. Wit original glassine protector w/ tears. Attractive! "Miniature Books" series. 295 shelf.
PA: The Rodale Press, 1955. VG-/na. Hardback. Some rubbing & edgewear; mark on bottom edge; small surface tear on pastedown inside front cover; yellowing on back endpage; overall clean & tight copy. 43 pages. Nicely illustrated.
Rodale Press. Good. 1955. Hardcover. Clean inside. Edges and corners bumped and freyed. The forward in this book gives some history of the era, stating that "In the year 1710 the Czar Peter the Great decided it would amuse him to have a little Negro boy about his Court. His Ambassador to Constantinople sent the Emperor an eight-year-old boy, the son of a prince of Abyssinnia. The little Negro was an immediate success"; Miniature Books .
Rodale Press, 1955. VG+. Picture cover, no dust jacket, illustrated by Ian Ribbons, a humorous country idyll.. Hardcover. Very Good.