London: Chiswick Press, 1901. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed by the author. 1/4 leather with boards, gold spine lettering. Author's presentation on front free end-paper. Previous owner's name written on front free end-paper. Thin one inch line of ink on fore-edge of text...
Oglethorpe University, GA: Oglethorpe University Press, 1940. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good +. Royal cloth with gold lettering. No writing in the book. Pages slightly age-toned. 73pp. Mylar cover. Full refund if not satisfied.
Dallas, TX: The Kaleidograph Press, 1947. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Signed. Green cloth with gold lettering, frontispiece by Wm. B. Tenery, author's gift inscription on ffep., there is no other writing in the book, 76pp., dust-jacket creased and torn in several places, Full ...
New York : Grove Press, 1962. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illustrated. Signed by Henry Miller. Paperback. Illustrated. Signed by Henry Miller to Pierce Sicceri , friend of Miller and collector. There is no other writing in the book. 125pp. Full refund if not satisfied.
Cincinnati, OH: Forklift Press, 1998. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Illustrated. Bound with cardboard front and sandpaper rear cover, nut and bolt assembly drilled through center, not paginated (about 50 pages), marked, "Shipped Sep 26 1998" on front cover, no writing in the ...
Waltham, MA and Toronto and London: Blaisdell, 1970. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illustrated. Paperback, portrait frontispiece, illustrated, no writing in the book, xi, 156pp., Full refund if not satisfied.
New York: Dodge Publishing Company, 1909. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Lovely decorated cover, spine a bit sunned, No writing in the book - not even an owners name.181pp., binding tight, Full refund if not satisfied.
Clinton, MA: Self-published, 1899. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Signed by the author. Paperback, text heavily dampstained, author's gift inscription on front free end-paper, 24pp., Full refund if not satisfied.
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