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    The Saturday Evening Post August 10, 1968 by Emerson, William A., Ed

    Curtis Publishing Co., 1968. Vol. 241, No. 16. Cover: Will America Burn? A Plan for the Ghetto. In this issue: Special section on 'The Ghetto' and how the presidential candidates would solve the problem. Also articles by John Gregory Dunne and Cecilia Holland, fiction by Gerald Kersh. Very good with mailing label to front, shelfwear and minor aging. 88 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    The Metropolitan Magazine, July to December, 1838, American Edition, Vol. VI

    New York: Jemima M. Lewer, 1838. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 399 p. American Edition noted on title page; its London parent, "The Metropolitan: A monthly journal of literature, science, and the fine arts" was a London monthly journal established by Thomas Campbell in 1831 and continued, under various editors, until 1850. This volume, which contains July to December, 1838, is one of three we acquired all of which have a vintage bookseller's ticket on the front pastedown for the Alta California Bookstore, in Albany California, and printed below their name is the notation "From the Library of ED GRABHORN at the Grabhorn Press". ***DESCRIPTION: Half marbled boards with black leather, gilt lettering and rules on the spine, light brown endpapers. This volume contains the issues of July to December, 1838. Volume title page is followed by the title page/Table of Contents for December, 1838 (apparently inserted out of order), followed by the Index to Volume VI, followed by the title page/Table of Contents for July, 1838, followed by the rest of the months in order - the pages for December are correctly inserted at the very end, only its title page was put at the front. Pagination: (i-viii), 1-386, monthly title pages inserted. ***CONDITION: Overall, this volume is near fine with a strong, square text block, solid hinges, corners only slightly bent and with a minimum of rubbing, the interior is clean and bright, and it is entirely free of prior owner markings other than the vintage bookseller's ticket referred to above. We are grading as very good only due to some overall edgewear particularly to the joints and some rubbing to the head and tail of the spine with a small amount of loss at the head, text block edges are lightly foxed. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply, please contact seller for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.


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    Asimov's Science Fiction:April 1997

    1997. Book. Soft cover. Soft cover magazine. 159pp. Mailing label front cover,Near Fine.


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    B.R. CREATIONS - CORSET NEWSLETTER by B.R. Creations / Ruth Johnson

    Mountain View, CA: B.R. Creations, 1989. Three sheets, stapled in corner. Minor wear. 'Last issue' stamped on cover. Very good.. 8 pp. Newsletter from a maker of custom Victorian corsets, illustrated with b/w photos and art. News and activities from the world of corsets and corsetry. Includes social news, reviews. The Corset through the Ages, by Leon Treich, Part 2. Reflections of the Old Corsetier, Part 18. Corsets in the Movies (pics of Sophia Loren and Vea Ellen). History of Corsetry: The Nineties.


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    M-U-M: Magic - Unity - Might; May 1985

    Lynn, MA.: Society of American Magicians, 1985. Book. Soft cover. First Edition. Softcover magazine in the two-staple format. Official publication of the Society of American Magicians. Illustrated throughout. Most issues approx. 50+ pages. This issue featuring The Boston Convention of 85' Also: The article "The Magician's Bookshelf of 100 books". Fine..


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    Oakland Tribune Year Book. 1946. Metropolitan Oakland: the Industrial Center of the Pacific Coast by Oakland Tribune

    Oakland, Calif.: Tribune Publishing Co., 1946. . Magazine. Staple-bound folio. 9.5 x 12 in. Includes economic data and forecasts, socioeconomic and real estate development surveys, and annual news summaries. Profiles of the captains of industry and finance. Richly illustrated, with photo reproductions. Maps, aerials, schemes, charts and graphs. Many vintage advertisements; several in color. Very good condition.


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    Life May 31, 1937 by Luce, Henry R., Ed

    Life Magazine, 1937. Vol 2 No 22. Cover: The Golden Gate Bridge (photo by Standard Oil Co) . In this issue: Henry Ford Fights Unionism with his Empire. Also: The Golden Gate Bridge Opens, Memphis Cotton Carnival, Kent School Rowing, the Coronation of George VI. Feature photos by Margaret Bourke-White, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Thomas D. McAvoy, Bernard Hoffman, Peter Stackpole, William Vandivert. Very good with cover creased at lower foreedge. Rare. 88 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    Punch, or the London Charivari : December 30, 1871- April 19, 1873

    Punch, 1873. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. A complete bound set of editions of "Punch" from 30th December 1871 to April 19th, 1873. At some stage the collection has been rebound. Original spine titling affixed. The frontispage has a most interesting ex-libris plate from the revered military historian, Dr Felix Machanik. The boards are scuffed, marked and worn all about. They are balefully benign. Within, aside from marks and wear to the frontispages, and with some foxing here and there, the contents are pleasurable. The pages are mild, acute, always timeous, clean, clear, certain, congenial. fk


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    The Magnet Library, No 86. October 2nd 1909. The Chum from New Zealand. Facsimile by Richards, Frank

    London: Howard Baker Press Ltd. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. [1970]. Facsimile. Paperback. 270mm x 180mm (11" x 7"). 16pp. .


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    PLAYBOY

    Chicago: HMH Publishing Co, 1956. Saddle-stapled magazine. Some rubbing to covers and spine; centerfold intact. Very Good. 62pp., with color covers. A semi-glossy erotic men's magazine featuring articles and pictorials. Features: Playmate of the Month Marguerite Empey [Diane Webber] photographed by Russ Meyer.


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    M-U-M: Magic - Unity - Might; January1984

    Lynn, MA.: Society of American Magicians, 1984. Book. Soft cover. Softcover magazine in the two-staple format. Illustrated throughout. Most issues approx. 50+ pages. This issue featuring "Magician of the Month: 'Warren J. Kaps" Fine.


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    ADULT ACTION GUIDE

    New York: Eton Publishing Company, 1991. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good. 100pp., including covers, erotic magazine featuring pictorials featuring adult models and porn stars, plus articles and fiction. Pictorials: Lady In Waiting Sucking Snatch for Science (lesbians go at it in computer lab). Saber: Porn Star Perfection (centerfold; acress aka Sabre, Rebecca Saber). Un-dressed Rehearsal (Susan Hart & Peter North). Cock-Craving Cutie. Features: Oriental Orgy Masters (in Asia, sex is big business). Fuck Your Way to Stardom, by Rosalind Rose (veteran actress reveals dues paid by Broadway back alley survivors). How I Lost My Cherry to the Boss (secretary's confession). Lifestyles 90 (kinky convention report). Jock Groupies!


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    MODEL CELEBRITIES

    London, UK: Sheptonhurst Ltd, 1988. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good. 64pp., including semi-glossy color covers. A men's magazine featuring nude pictorials in color and b&w, plus photo-illustrated fiction, and centerfold.


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    MOTHER JONES

    San Francisco, CA: Foundation for National Progress, 2009. Saddle-stapled magazine. Two interior pages rumpled, ripping. Cocked. But intact.. 80 pp. Magazine from the first month of Barack Obama's presidency. Timeline, history of dieting. Mojo's advice on how to fix the economy. Dean Starkman on how the business press missed the boat on this recent economic collapse. The torments of welfare. Article by Jerald Walker on Chicago, illustrated with gritty b/w photos by Jerald Walker.


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    Time November 2, 1992 by Time Inc

    Time Inc., 1992. Vol 140- No 18 Cover: Presidential Candidate Bill Clinton. In this issue; the Presidential election, including stories on Clinton, Bush and Ross Perot. Also: Banks v The Recovery, Bill Walsh / Stanford. Very good plus with light wear. 78 pp. . 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY; A Journal of Reviews

    Minneapolis, MN: The American Psychological Association, 1991. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.. pp. 553-656. Extended reviews of academic psychological works. Includes reviews of such works as Adolescence in a Moroccan Town; The Measurement of Emotions; The Causes and Cures of Criminality; Sex and Psyche; The Search for Psychic Power; Women in the Middle; The Psychobiology of Emotions; and The Nature of 'Intelligence' and the Principles of Cognition. The Abilities of Man. Development and Use of the MMPI-2. Extending Psychological Frontiers: Selected Works of Leon Festinger.


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    The Magnet Library, No 522. February 9th 1918. Facsimile by Richards, Frank

    London: Howard Baker Press Ltd. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. [1970]. Facsimile. Paperback. 270mm x 180mm (11" x 7"). 16pp. .


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    Persimmon Hill: Volume 9 , Number 4

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1980. Book. Soft cover. Quality, slick paper Western Interest magazine published four times a year. Illustrated throughout, including archival photographs. This issue featuring articles "Buffalo Bill and his horses", "Duke's Art.A style of his own", (John Wayne - collection of art objects), "J.K.Ralston: Rounding up Montana History"' & "Tad Lucas.Her World of Rodeo", Tiny tear top of spine, else Near Fine..


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    Songs I, II, in Poetry Magazine, August 1949 by SARTON, May

    1949. SARTON, May. "Songs I, II." In Poetry magazine, August 1949. Also contains "Humpty Dumpty." Very Good (some soiling). $5.00.


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    Vanity Fair ( famous full translation . one does not hero of the novel. the head of the British Ukiyo-e . )(Chinese Edition) by ( YING ) SA KE LEI . RONG RU DE YI

    China Translation and Publishing Corporation, 2012-4-1. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-4-1 Pages: 768 Publisher: China Translation and Publishing Corporation which is the UK's great realist writers and humorists Thackeray 's masterpiece. The story protagonist Becky Sharp is a pretty clever and well-behaved girl . She was of humble origin . discrimination in society. tasted poor taste. bent to control their own destiny . out of trouble. To this end she unscrupulous. with flattering flattery . and even the use of all sorts of tricks to l... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.


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    M-U-M: Magic - Unity - Might; JULY 1985

    Lynn, MA.: Society of American Magicians, 1985. Book. Soft cover. Softcover magazine in the two-staple format. Illustrated throughout. Most issues approx. 50+ pages. This issue featuring "Magician of the Month: 'Michael Ammar" Fine.


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    The Dome: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine and Review of Literature, Music, Architecture and the Graphic Arts; Vol. III, No. 8, June 1899

    London: Unicorn Press, 1899. Paperback. Covers are grubby with creased and nicked edges. Bookseller's stamp on rear cover. Spine and cover edges are tanned. Spine has chipped head, nicked foot and one closed tear. Page edges are roughly cut. Binding is a bit loose. Pages are lightly tanned. Minor crease through upper leading corners of all pages. Contents are clear. T. Paperback. Acceptable/No Dust Jacket. Used.


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    The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography: Octoberl 1975 by WAInwright, Nicholas B. (Editor)

    Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1975. Book. Soft cover. Softcover. (8vo.).Quarterly publication approx. 140pp. Cover and following few pages with a diagonal crease. This issue featuring articles with titles or on, or about: "The Production of Gunpowder in Pennsylvania During the American Revolution", "T.V. Powderley", "Ida M. Tarbell's Second Professiion", ".the Beautification of Harrisburg". V.Good..


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    Filmmusic Notebook 1978 by Adamson, Eve, Ed

    1978. Vol IV. Cover: Bronaslau Kaper. In this issue: A conversation with Bronislau Kaper. Also: Dimitri Tiomkin - A Biographical Sketch by Christopher Palms, Tiomkin as Russian Composer by Christopher Palmer, Lost Horizon -- an Account of the Composition of the Score by Wiliam H. Rosar. Very good with light soil, a few spots, mailing label to back cover. 52 pp. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    Genii: The International Conjurors Magazine: February 1982 by larsen, Bill and Irene

    Los Angeles, Ca.: Bill Larsen, 1982. Book. Soft cover. Softcover in the two-staple format. Most issues of this title approximating 60 + pages. Cover: Magician, Senor Ari.This issue featuring article "The Crusher Illusion" by Paul Osborne. Fine..


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