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THE MAN WHO STOLE THE WORD BEAUTIFUL by Herb Meadow - Signed First Edition - 1987 - from Astro Trader Books (SKU: 1000-410)

THE MAN WHO STOLE THE WORD BEAUTIFUL

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THE MAN WHO STOLE THE WORD BEAUTIFUL

by Herb Meadow

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  • Signed
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[HERB MEADOW]. SIGNED BY HELEN GERSHEN. THE MAN WHO STOLE THE WORD BEAUTIFUL. Voyager Press, Beverly Hills, California, 1987. First Edition; Condition: Fine / Near Fine. Appears unread, pages are clean, bright and binding tight. Dust jacket is near pristine, not price clipped with the original $12.95 price on inner flap, with a very few trivial micro-tears to edge extremities typical of jackets of this age. Scarce children's book by screenwriter Herb Meadow who created and wrote the original screenplay of the hit TV western " Have Gun - Will Travel" (1957-1963). He also wrote many other TV shows and feature films including the screenplay for the 1953 movie "The Master of Ballantrae" and wrote the photoplay novel of the 1944 film "Uncertain Glory" both moviesstarring Errol Flynn. Signed & inscribed by hand in calligraphy by calligraphy artist Helen Gershen. Illustrated by Gerda With. Calligraphy by Helen Gershen. As of this writing, this is the only known signed copy of this title on the market today. Not ex-library, not remainder marked, not a autopen and not a facsimile autograph. Rare children's fantasy illustrated book from a Hollywood screenwriter, scarce signed collectible. 52pgs 4to.

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Bookseller
Astro Trader Books US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
1000-410
Title
THE MAN WHO STOLE THE WORD BEAUTIFUL
Author
Herb Meadow
Illustrator
Helen Gershen
Book condition
Used - Fine
Jacket condition
Near Fine
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Voyager Press
Place of Publication
Los Angeles, California.
Date published
1987
Keywords
Herb Meadow, Gerda With, Helen Gershen
Bookseller catalogs
Entertainment, Hollywood Ephemera and Memorabilia; Children's and YA (Young Adult);
Size
4to

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Astro Trader Books was founded in 2010 selling camera manuals, then branched into antiquarian, modern firsts, science fiction, fantasy, horror genres and pulp fiction.

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