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FERRARI 308, 328, MONDIAL: 308GT4, 308GTB, & GTS, 'injection', Mondial 8

By Willoughby, Geoff

London, UK / Osceola, WI: Osprey Publishing Ltd. / Motorbooks International, 1982. 135 pp., light blue-gray boards w/ black lettering; Dust Jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows light wear at heel of spine w/ a bump to top edge of rear board; high school stamps & notation to front endpapers, but NO other signs of any library usage; Jacket shows a little wear to ends of front flap fold; light crease to bottom right portion of front cover; some light rubbing overall, but mainly to rear panel / Illustrated with color and B&W photos, as well as B&W drawings and diagrams. /. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good/Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$30.00

THE MOON OF THE SALAMANDERS (The Thirteen Moons Series)

By George, Jean Craighead

NY, NY: Harper Collins, 1992. 47 pp., dark-blue cloth spine w/ green boards & gold lettering; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows faint shelfwear to bottom edges w/ a few very tiny white spots to boards; DJ shows some very light creasing & slight peeling of lamination at top & bottom edges w/ a few small nicks to top corner area of front panel; crease to front inside flap / Originally published in 1967, this book has been reissued with completely new color illustrations (acrylic paints on watercolor board) by Marlene Hill Werner. /. 1st Printing. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Marlene Hill Werner. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$20.00

THE PHILATELIST, Volume 39, No. 1, October 1972, Whole No. 570

By Lowe, Robson (editor)

London, UK: Robson Lowe Ltd., 1972. 32 pp., pictorial wraps; book shows some light to spine w/ a light crease to top corners of covers; a couple of faint brown stains to bottom of front cover / Content includes: "Philadelphia to Poole"; "Western Pacific, 1962"; "Francis Chichester"; "The Afghan Campaign, Part III - Peter Collins; "Californian Expresses - X" - Robson Lowe. Color illustrations to covers, with B&W interior illustrations. /. Stapled Booklet. Very Good. Periodical.

$10.00

THE LUSTFUL THREE

By Harland, Tom

NY, NY: Beacon Signal / Universal Publishing and Distributing Corp., 1962. 154 pp., pictorial wraps, B556F; book shows some light edgewear w/ a slight reading crease to covers along spine; tiny light brown dampstain to bottom corner of back cover at spine; small "o" penned to spine; some minor nicks & scratches & slight rubbing overall; light crease to top corners of 2 leaves; inside of covers & pages browning lightly towards edges; binding is tight & square, cover is bright / "Their morals were flimsy and weak . . . when the barriers gave way, these three fiery women were plunged headlong into a swift undertow of sex, money and intrigue that bore them wriggling into one man's bed." (cover blurb) /. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good -.

$9.00

SOLDIER BOY: The Civil War Letters of Charles O. Musser, 29th Iowa

By Popchock, Barry (editor)

Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 1995. 260 pp., dark blue cloth w/ silver lettering; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows light wear to heel of spine w/ very minor wear to head of spine & bottom corners of boards; DJ shows light wear to ends of spine & folds w/ 2 very short tear at or near head of spine / Illustrated with B&W photos and maps. /. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good -. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.00

EVER SINCE ADAM AND EVE

By Andriola, Alfred; Casson, Mel (editors & contributors)

NY, NY: Signet / New American Library, 1957. 144 pp., pictorial wraps, 1361; Book shows very short tears to front cover at ends of spine; covers show some corner wear & very light creasing but are still bright; binding is tight & square w/ no stress lines to spine & only minor color flaking to edges of spine / Contributors include: Abner Dean, Robert Day, Rube Goldberg, Milton Caniff, Otto Soglow, Virgil Partch, Al Capp, Robert Osborn, Hank Ketcham, Syd Hoff, Ted Key, Alan Dunn, Richard Taylor and "many others." B&W illustrations. /. 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Good +.

$8.00

THE HANDBOOK OF TEXAS: Volume I (one, 1), ( A Dictionary of Essential Information )

By Webb, Walter Prescott (editor-in-chief); Carroll, H. Bailey (managing editor)

Austin, TX: Texas State Historical Association, 1986. xv, 977 pp., medium-blue cloth w/ gold lettering & decoration; Dust Jacket in clear archival cover; Jacket shows light wear to ends of spine & ends of folds w/ a couple of very short tears to corners at head of spine & to bottom end of rear flap fold; some light rubbing to edges of rear panel / ". . . contains 15,896 entries dealing with persons, places, events, organizations, enterprises, industries, agricultural pursuits, and various other factors which have been significant in the history, development, and way of life of Texas and its people from prehistoric times to the present." Arranged in alphabetical order. /. 5th Printing. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good -. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$50.00

LONELY ROADS

By Pickwell, John

Philadelphia, PA: Dorrance & Co., 1978. 169 pp., dark blue boards w/ silver lettering; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows a small blemish & 3" lightly indented line to rear board; DJ shows some light rubbing & small nicks, esp. in spine area; rear panel shows a slightly soiled indented 3" vertical line & an extremely short tear to top edge near head of spine; a little wear to ends of spine & folds / INSCRIBED: "To: Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Nix from the author, John Pickerell." Author is a former science and math teacher in San Benito and Harlingen, Texas. /. Signed by Author on Front Pastedown. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good to Fine/Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

THE ROSE MANUAL: An Encyclopedia for the American Amateur

By Nicolas, J. H.

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1933. xviii, 335 pp., red cloth w/ gold lettering & gold illustration to front board; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows light to moderate threading to covers; spine somewhat darkened w/ some wear at ends; corners of boards are lightly bumped; numerous small abrasions to fore & bottom edges of page block; browned areas to endpapers; pages adjacent to fold-out color charts are significantly browned / Illustrated with B&W plates, as well as four fold-out rose color charts, a map, and a few text illustrations. /. Hard Cover. Good +/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$24.00

HIKING THE YELLOWSTONE BACKCOUNTRY

By Bach, Orville E., Jr.

San Francisco, CA: Sierra Club, 1973. 228 pp., stiff yellow wraps w/ silver lettering; Book shows moderate rubbed soil overall w/ some stress lines to spine; some light thumb soil to edges of page block, as well as a couple of light brown stains / Includes information of natural history of the Yellowstone-Teton region, weather, clothing and equipment, food, maps, cameras, fishing, safety, and back country etiquette. Also, trail descriptions for the Bechler Region, Thorofare Region, Central Plateau Region, Gallatin Region, North of Yellowstone River Region, and Mirror Plateau Region. "A Sierra Club Totebook." Designed to be "jean-pocket size." Illustrated with B&W photos and some general maps. /. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Good +. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$8.00

LEGEND OF THE MUY GRANDE ( History of the World's Largest Deer Contest and Its Founder, L. R. Garza )

By Garza, L. R. (compiler); Rogers, Robert (editor)

Corpus Christi, TX: Whitetail Publications, 1983. 160 pp., glossy pictorial boards w/ green background; Book shows light to moderate wear to corners w/ stress lines at hinges; some soiling & foxing to edges of page block; "withdrawn" stamp to front endpaper, but no other evidence of library usage; spots of foxing to verso of front endpaper & facing page; L. R. Garza's business card staples to bottom of front endpaper; small blue inked numerals to margin of one page / INSCRIBED "To Jose Eduardo Salinas, Best Wishes, L. R. Garza" "This is a book of the history of the world's largest deer contest and its founder. Established in 1966, the contest draws over 4,000 entrants annually and produces the state's best whitetail year after year." Illustrated with color and B&W photos. /. Signed by Author on Front Endpaper. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$30.00

THE EVOLUTION OF MAN: Some Theological, Philosophical and Scientific Considerations

By Ryan, Bernard

Westminster, MD: The Newman Press, 1965. (x), 194 pp., light blue cloth w/ gold lettering; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows light bumping to head of spine & to bottom corner of front board; shelfwear to bottom edges w/ some very small wear spots to rear board; small abrasions to fore edge of page block; light foxing to endpapers; DJ shows some wear, small chips, short tears & small creases to edges w/ a small hole to top fore corner of rear panel /. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good/Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$28.00

TO THE LAND OF THE REEDS

By Appelfeld, Aharon

London, UK: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1987. 148 pp., aqua boards w/ silver lettering; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows light bump to heel of spine & bottom corner of rear board; pages browning lightly at edges; DJ shows slight creasing to top edge of rear panel / "One of the best novelists alive." - Irving Howe /. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good to Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

YELLOWSTONE FISH AND FISHING

By Sharpe, F. Phillip

Yellowstone Library and Museum Assoc, / National Park Service, U.S. Dept. Of the Interior, 1970. 49 pp., pictorial wraps; book shows some light edgewear w/ a few small scratches & rubs overall / Illustrated with color plates of fish, as well as other color and B&W illustrations and maps. /. Stapled Booklet. Very Good -. Illus. by Daniel Feaser (color plates).

$10.00

THE AWAKENING (original title: Miracle on San Jaime)

By Cantwell, John

NY, NY: Hillman Books, 1960. 144 pp., pictorial wraps, # 156; Book shows some light edgewear; Back cover has a bend to cover at bottom & fore edge w/ some light top moderate rubbing; pages are browning lightly toward edges / ". . . sin and sexual torment" - Virginia Kirkus ""The story of a man who had lived too much, and a girl who was just ready to begin." (cover blurb) /. 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good -.

$7.50

THE ORANGE DIVAN

By Williams, Valentine

London, UK: Herbert Jenkins Ltd. 312 pp., orange cloth w/ black lettering & black illustration to spine & front board; DJ in clear archival cover; book shows several small bumps to bottom edge of rear board; a little soil & foxing to edges of page block, w/ the occasional spot of foxing to pages; DJ shows short tears, small creases & chipping to edges, esp. at ends of spine & folds, w/ a piece missing at top corner of front panel at spine & head of spine (approx 3/4" x 1 1/4"), plus smaller pieces at head & tail of spine - missing portion includes the "T" & part of the "h" in "The" & the very top of the "O" in "Orange" - only the top of the "E" in "Orange" is affected on the spine panel; some light to moderate soil overall w/ slight darkening of spine panel / "The strange case of Carmen Cranmore which baffled Scotland Yard. By the author of 'The Man with the Clubfoot.'" /. 5th Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good -. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$40.00

SWING SHIFT

By Corgan, Grant

NY, NY: Midwood (Tower), 1964. 156 pp., pictorial wraps, # F384; book shows light reading crease to front cover along spine; some very minor soil & edgewear overall; inside of covers browning lightly at gutters & top edges w/ pages browning slightly; binding is tight & square, cover is bright / It was a sleepy little town by day . . . but a glittering jewel of corruption by night. Three attractive young housewives . . . each with her own problem, each with her own need, each with her own reason for going on a sexual spree." (cover blurb) /. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$12.00

COUNT NO 'COUNT ( No'Count ): Flashbacks to Faulkner

By Wasson, Ben

Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1983. x, 206 pp., green cloth w/ silver lettering; Dust jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows extremely slight wear to ends of spine & to corners of boards; a few small faint spots to fore edge of page block; Jacket shows some wear to & near ends of flap folds w/ some scuffing to front fold; slight wear to ends of spine panel; 3 very short closed tears & some small creases to bottom edge of rear panel; small scratch to top of rear inside flap / "In 'Count No 'Count" (Faulkner) is recalled by a man who knew him well during the best and worst of times." Introductory essay by Carvel Collins. /. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good to Fine/Very Good -. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$20.00

ROAD FROM YESTERDAY

By Robinson, Albert J.

Saratoga, CA: Self Published, 1977. 106 pp., pictorial wraps; book shows bump to head of spine; light wear to corners w/ a little wear & a few small nicks to edges of covers; crease to top corner of front cover / "Having spent most of my adult llife working with youngsters in the clasroom and on the athletic field, I trust that this attempt to resord scenes and experiences of a life approaching the century mark now, will be of interest and perhaps some benefit to the reader who seeks conclusions about what are the enduring truths running through all generations. " SIGNED by author on small label affixed to front fly leaf. /. Signed by Author on Front Endpaper. Trade Paperback. Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$25.00

JIM GARY: His Life and Art

By Navarra, Tova

Brooklyn, NY: HFN, Inc,, 1987. vi, 85 pp., dark blue cloth w/ no lettering; Dust jacket in clear archival cover; Book shows some very light bumping to ends of spine; 2 leaves mis-cut at bottom corner in the binding process with a small piece folded in on one corner; DJ shows light wear to ends of spine & folds w/ a few short closed edge tears overall / Foreword I by Susan E. Stob. Foreword II by Dennis M. Wint. Illustrated with color and B&W photos. / . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good -. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall (oblong).

$18.00

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