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Fahrenheit 451

By Bradbury, Ray (Illustrations by Adrian Chesterman; Joseph Mugnaini.)

Norwalk: Easton Press 2011, Limited edition of 700 copies. (Leather binding in slipcase) 152pp. Fine, no dust jacket. Signed by the author, Collector's Edition. Black and red leather with gilt and orange decoration in a fine gilt and orange decorated black cloth slipcase. All edges gilt, ribbon marker, color illustrated frontispiece and illustrations. "I didn't know it, but I was literally writing a dime novel. In the spring of 1950 it cost me nine dollars and eighty cents in dimes to write and finish the first draft of the Fire Man which later became Fahrenheit 451. In all the years from 1941 to that time, I had done most of my typing in the family garages" - from the Foreword. Illustrations by Adrian Chesterman & Joseph Mugnaini. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$630.00

The Eternal Lover (Main character: Tarzan.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1925, reprint edition. (Hardcover) 316pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Red cloth with black lettering. Frontispiece. The spine is worn and lightly soiled and there is a previous owner's name in ink on the front free endpaper. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$26.25

The Chessmen of Mars

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1922. (Hardcover) 375pp. Very good plus in very good dust jacket. Printed c1924. Red with black lettering on the cover and spine. Top edge stained green, frontispiece, 4 plates, 33 titles listed at the back. The dust jacket is lightly chipped and edgeworn with a 1 / 2-inch long closed tear at the bottom right corner of the front panel, and there is a previous owner's inscription on the front fixed endpaper. "Another marvellous Martian yarn by the man whose wondrous imagination has thrilled two continents. The story mainly concerns the adventures of Tara, Princess of Helium, adughter of the Warlord, among strange races in remote regions of the Red Planet. Among other astounding things we are shown the land of headless men, creatures with the power of detaching their heads from their bodies and replacing them at will" - from the dustjacket. Locale: Mars. (Science Fiction, Fantasy, Science Fiction).

$131.25

At the Earth's Core (Main character: Tarzan.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan; Illustrations by J. Allen St. John.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1922, reprint edition. (Hardcover) 277pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Burgundy cloth with black lettering. Frontispiece, 8 plates. There is an inscription to a previous owner in ink on the front free endpaper. Illustrations by J. Allen St. John. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$52.50

The Mad King (Main character: Tarzan.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1926, reprint edition. (Hardcover) 365pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Red with black lettering. Frontispiece. There is a previous owner's name in ink on the front free endpapers. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$36.75

The Return of Tarzan (Main character: Tarzan.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan; Illustrations by J. Allen St. John.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1915. (Hardcover) 365pp. Very good plus in very good dust jacket. Printed c1927. Red cloth with black lettering on the cover and spine. Illustrations, 25 titles in advertisement at the back. The dust jacket is chipped and edgeworn with an inch-long chip out of the top and the bottom of the spine, an inch-long closed tear to the front panel and a diagonal closed tear to the back panel, also an owner name and date on the front endpapers. "Tarzan, a white child of noble lineage brought up to manhood by a tribe of gigantic anthropoid apes and becoming, by virtue of his fighting ability and superior cunning, King of the Tribe and Master of the Jungle! 'The Return of Tarzan' is a sequel to 'Tarzan of the Apes.' It deals in its opening chapters with the young giant of the jungle in civilization, meeting wherever he goes with adventures as strange and thrilling as those of his boyhood in the primeval forest" - from the dustjacket. Illustrations by J. Allen St. John. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$131.25

A Princess of Mars (Main character: Tarzan.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan; Illustrations by Frank E. Schoonover.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1917, reprint edition. (Hardcover) 327pp. Good to very good, no dust jacket. Olive green cloth with orange lettering and device to front cover. Frontispiece, plates. Ex-library, with a stain to the top corner of the back cover and a previous owner's name in ink on the back of the front free endpaper. Illustrations by Frank E. Schoonover. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$31.50

Tarzan the Terrible (Main character: Tarzan.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan; Illustrations by J. Allen St. John.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1921, reprint edition. (Hardcover) 408pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Red cloth with black lettering and device on the cover. Frontispiece, four plates. There is a previous owner's name in ink on the front endpapers. Illustrations by J. Allen St. John. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Fantasy, Science Fiction).

$26.25

Tarzan and the Ant Men (Main character: Tarzan; Publisher series: Tarzan Stories.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Main character: Tarzan.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1924. (Hardcover) 346pp. Very good plus in very good plus dust jacket. Printed c1925. Red cloth with black lettering on the cover and spine. Frontispiece, lists 25 titles at the back. The dust jacket is lightly edgeworn with two tiny chips at the top of the spine and a 1 / 2-inch tear at the bottom of the spine, and there is a previous owner's name and date in ink on the front endpapers. "This story relates how Tarzan in his wanderings in unknown Africa comes to a great thorn forest, imprenetrable, according to native belief, and shunned because it is the abode of evil spirits. The undaunted Tarzan, however, finds a way through the awful thorns and emerges into an amazingly fertile country - the forest being really an enormous hedge. Here he discovers a race of pigmies about eighteen inches high, fairly advanced in civilization and living in vast community houses resembling ant hills. Tarzan sees many curious things, and has numerous startling adventures". Book about Tarzan. Publisher series: Tarzan Stories. Main character: Tarzan. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$63.00

Jungle Tales of Tarzan (Publisher series: Tarzan Stories.)

By Burroughs, Edgar Rice (Illustrations by J. Allen St. John.)

New York: Grosset & Dunlap 1919. (Hardcover) 319pp. Very good plus, no dust jacket. Printed c1921. Red cloth with black lettering on the cover and spine. Frontispiece, illustrations, 25 titles listed at the back. There is a previous owner's inscription on the front endpaper. "Teeka, stretched at luxurious ease in the shade of the tropical forest, presented, unquestionably, a most alluring picture of young, feminine loveliness. Or at least so thought Tarzan of the Apes, who squatted upon a low-swinging branch in a near-by tree and looked down upon her" - from Chapter I. Book about Tarzan. Illustrations by J. Allen St. John. Publisher series: Tarzan Stories. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$42.00

A Canticle for Leibowitz

By Miller, Walter M.

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company 1959, book club edition. (Hardcover) 311pp. Very good plus in very good dust jacket. The dust jacket is edgeworn and there is a previous owner's blindstamp on the title page. Nominated for: Hugo Award 1961. (Science Fiction, Science Fiction).

$26.25

Drowsy

By Mitchell, J. Ames (Illustrations by Angus Macdonall; J. Ames Mitchell.)

New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company 1917, 1st edition. (Hardcover) 301pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt lettering and decoration. Frontispiece with tissue guard, black and white and color plates, illustrations. The edges and corners are lightly rubbed and there is a previous owner's name on the front endpaper. Illustrations by Angus Macdonall & J. Ames Mitchell. (Science Fiction).

$36.75

The Howard Review; Number 4 (Includes Roy G. Krenkle--Illustrations of R.E.H., 1975, 12 Pp.)

By McHaney, Dennis (editor) (Based on the work of Robert E. Howard; Includes Roy G. Krenkle: Illustrations of R.E.H., 1975, 12 Pp.; Illustrations by Steve Fabian; Frank Frazetta; Roy G. Krenkle.)

Memphis: Author 1975. (Staplebound) 39pp. Fine. Two pamphlets enclosed in a printed envelope. Illustrations. The envelope is lightly worn and discolored around the edges. Based on the work of Robert E. Howard. Includes Roy G. Krenkle (The Illustrations of R.E.H., 1975, 12 Pp.). Illustrations by Steve Fabian, Frank Frazetta & Roy G. Krenkle. (Fantasy Fiction, Fan Magazines).

$21.00

The Howard Collector, Autumn 1972 Volume 3, Number 5, Whole Number 17 (Contributor Lin Carter--Death-Song of Conan the Cimmerian.)

By Lord, Glenn (editor) (Based on the work of Robert E. Howard; Contributor Lin Carter: Death-Song of Conan the Cimmerian.)

Pasadena: Author 1972. (Staplebound) 36pp. Near fine. The spine is slightly discolored. Based on the work of Robert E. Howard. Contributors include Lin Carter (Death-Song of Conan the Cimmerian). (Fantasy Fiction, Fan Magazines, Fantasy Fiction).

$31.50

The Howard Review [Number 1]

By McHaney, Dennis (Based on the work of Robert E. Howard; Illustrations by Tom Foster.)

Memphis: Author 1975. (Staplebound) 28pp. Very good. Illustrations, checklist. Based on the work of Robert E. Howard. Illustrations by Tom Foster. (Fantasy Fiction, Fan Magazines, Fantasy Fiction).

$26.25

Red Blades of Black Cathay

By Howard, Robert E. (With Tevis Clyde Smith.) (Illustrations by EL Gringo; E.A. Fisher.)

Amsterdam: Real Free Press 1975. (Staplebound) 33pp. Very good plus. Graphic novel format. Illustrations by EL Gringo & E.A. Fisher. (Fantasy Fiction, Fantasy Fiction, Graphic Novels).

$26.25

The Howard Collector, Spring 1967 Volume 2, Number 3, Whole Number 9

By Lord, Glenn (editor) (Based on the work of Robert E. Howard.)

Pasadena: Author 1967. (Staplebound) 36pp. Near fine. The spine and top edge are faded. Based on the work of Robert E. Howard. (Fantasy Fiction, Fan Magazines, Fantasy Fiction).

$36.75

The Howard Collector, Autumn 1973 Volume 3, Number 6, Whole Number 18 (Contributor Lin Carter--Nameless Gods and Entities: Robert E. Howard's Contribution to the Cthulhu Mythos.)

By Lord, Glenn (Based on the work of Robert E. Howard; Contributor Lin Carter: Nameless Gods and Entities: Robert E. Howard's Contribution to the Cthulhu Mythos.)

Pasadena: Author 1973. (Staplebound) 52pp. Near fine. The spine is slightly discolored. Based on the work of Robert E. Howard. Contributors include Lin Carter (Nameless Gods and Entities: Robert E. Howard's Contribution to the Cthulhu Mythos). (Fantasy Fiction, Fan Magazines, Fantasy Fiction).

$31.50

Isle of Pirate's Doom (Main character: Stephen Harmer.)

By Howard, Robert E. (Main character: Harmer, Stephen; Illustrations by Steve Fabian.)

Yorba Linda: George T. Hamilton 1975. (Staplebound) 35pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Illustrations. Illustrations by Steve Fabian. Introduction by Fred Blosser. Main character: Harmer, Stephen. (Fantasy Fiction, Fantasy Fiction).

$26.25

A Song for Arbonne

By Kay, Guy Gavriel

Toronto: Viking [0-670-83303-7] [1992], 1st edition. (Hardcover) 513pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. (Fantasy Fiction).

$26.25

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