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Anthem

Anthem

by RAND, Ayn

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SIGNED by Ayn Rand, a true rarity: the first revised edition of Anthem, in publisher's rare, ORIGINAL dust jacket, from Rand's British publisher Cassell, the only publisher of the first edition of Anthem. The rarest Rand title to locate signed: Anthem in dust jacket! Cassell, London, 1953. First Printing of "Cassell Cheap Editions" copy of Anthem with an alphabetical list of other titles on back panel of jacket Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. UNMATCHED RARE SIGNED Ayn Rand in revised text the same year she revised it for American publication. Octavo; maroon cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; Spine gilt slightly dulled, else Fine. In a bright dustjacket, absent chips or tears and still bearing the 6/- net price on the front flap. Some rubbing present to the red on the front and spine panels, a touch of dustiness at the edges of the rear panel, with a bit of minute wear at the spine ends; Near Fine. This copy -- the only jacketed copy we've seen in almost 5 decades of… Read more
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The Fountainhead
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The Fountainhead

by RAND, Ayn

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We carry the largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands. Dated by Rand "Christmas, 1945," this si an early printing of The Fountainhead in highly collectible condition. A rare Christmas greeting from Ayn Rand! The ONLY other writing in this copy is a small brief note on another blank page reading "All my love, Maria." Most unusual signed Ayn Rand at the best price on the market. Book #C1115. $2450. Tons more rare Ayn Rand available--just ask : )
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Anthem
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Anthem

by RAND, Ayn

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"The most lyrical of any of her work, the most abstract and stylized in its literary method. It has the beauty and cadence of a prose poem" (Branden, 14). Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Matchless Ayn Rand value! "I am. I think. I will." The very scarce true second printing of the First American Hardcover Edition of Anthem, a decade after The Fountainhead, four years before Atlas. Originally published in England in 1938, Anthem "published at last" in America was, according to the publisher's advertising brochure, "too daring for 1937." Some chipping to edges of UNclipped jacket; the book is square, tight, appears unread. Book #C1248. $195. The largest selection of rare, signed, & manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet! All our books and other items are sanitized for your protection before mailing.*****
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Night of January 16th

by RAND, Ayn

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SIGNED and Dated by Ayn Rand on July 4, 1976, the day America celebrated her Bicentennial. A beautiful copy of Rand's only play published in her lifetime. From the legendary collection of Ayn Rand collector extraordinaire Ryan York, who sent Rand several items to secure her signature on July 4, 1976, our Bicentennial, a date Ayn Rand considered holy! "If it is ever proper for men to kneel," she wrote in 1972, "we should kneel when we read the Declaration of Independence" ("A Nation's Unity). SIGNED without personalization and DATED in Rand's pen July 4, 1976, No Writings or Markings of any kind except Ayn Rand's. 125 pp; bound in eighth black cloth and blue boards, spine lettered in gilt. still tight (appears to have been read only through Rand's introduction) in a complete, UNCLIPPED jacket without tears or chips. A magnificent copy of Rand's only Broadway success. Book #C1123. $3600. We carry the world's largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands.
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The Fountainhead: Handwritten Manuscript

The Fountainhead: Handwritten Manuscript: Characters of The Fountainhead: Birth Years/Ages

by RAND, Ayn

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MATCHLESS, Utterly UNavailable elsewhere! A single page from Ayn Rand's journal detailing the names of all leading characters of her first bestseller, The Fountainhead, their birth years, and two estimates of their ages "at end of book." That "book" did not even have a title when Rand wrote this journal entry! Paper torn at all edges, not affecting Rand's handwritten text. A unique piece of The history of The Fountainhead, Rand's first literary masterpiece, now 75 years old! Book #P1213. $10,500. We carry the world's largest selection of Rare, Signed, and Manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands!
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Basic Princioples of Objectivism (The Moral Revolution in Atlas Shrugged)

by [RAND, Ayn] BRANDEN, Nathaniel

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Authorized by Ayn Rand with her participation, complete set of All Tewnty original lectures (40 LP's) of the "Basic Principles of Objectivism" course delivered by Branden from 1958-68. According to one reviewer: "My husband was at the first public lecture in the series.there were so many people attending that they couldn't all fit in the hall rented for the lecture. Ayn Rand took a copy of the first lecture and read it to people who'd been moved to a second room. Then she and Branden switched rooms and did their question and answer sessions with the opposite audience. She had to have been pleased with every word of it since she sat in the audience and applauded each lecture." The topics include Ayn Rand's elaborations on the evidence of the senses, the Law of Identity, rational egoism, and the morality of Atlas Shrugged. All fine, encased in a Fine blue cloth binder. A beautiful set of the first systematic presentation of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism. Owing to volume and weight,… Read more
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Calumet K; Introduction to Calument K
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Calumet "K"; Introduction to Calument "K"

by RAND, Ayn; MERWIN-WEBSTER

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Of Calumet "K", Ayn Rand wrote: "This novel is a remarkable historical-social-psychological document. Today, its subtitle ought to be: This Was America." The AUTHENTIC (1901) First Printing of Calumet "K," Ayn Rand's "favorite novel," accompanied by Ayn Rand's "Introduction to Calumet "K," which appeared originally in her publication, The Objectivist, in October, 1967. Book is Very Good with some slight fraying at edges. Ayn Rand's magazine is very near fine, with slightest edgewear and printed address label on back cover. Additional articles by Nathaniel Branden and by Ayn Rand's lawyers, Henry Mark Holzer and Phyllis (later, famed novelist Erika, "An Eye for an Eye") Holzer. Magazine also contains the first advertisement for NBI's publication of Calumet "K".A unique Ayn Rand package, favorably priced, available only from us! Book #C1113. $525. We offer the world's largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands. We sanitize all books before mailing for public safety.
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Typed Letter Signed: Atlas Shrugged
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Typed Letter Signed: Atlas Shrugged

by RAND, Ayn

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Typed Letter Signed, explaining Atlas Shrugged: "This is precisely the manner in which capitalism was defeated by altruism--as I have shown you in ATLAS SHRUGGED. Remember that the morality presented in ATLAS SHRUGGED is new, unprecedented and radically opposed to all the traditional versions of morality. You cannot expect it to be accepted by everyone at once. MORALITY IS ON THE SIDE OF CAPITALISM" Typed Letter Signed by Ayn Rand, to a college student fan, pointing out how her novel, Atlas Shrugged, illustrates the impracticality and immorality of collectivism, explaining that modern philosophy is the cause of the broken spirit of students today, encouraging her to learn to defend the "right ideas" and persuade others in order to build an "intellectual Renaissance," and enclosing a brochure concerning the lectures of objectivist Nathaniel Branden [not present]. 2 pages, 4to, personal stationery, written on separate sheets; horizontal folds. With the original envelope. New York, 28 June 1960.… Read more
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Vandalism  Ayn Rand Typescript/Manuscript
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Vandalism Ayn Rand Typescript/Manuscript

by RAND, Ayn

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Fine. UNMATCHED Manuscript Ayn Rand! Rarely available, this FINE, heavily edited by Rand, typescript (3p) & Handwritten manuscript (2p) 5 pages, REVEALING THE CORE OF RAND'S AESTHETIC PHILOSOPHY: "AN ACT OF VANDALISM WAS TELEVISED BY NBC ON DEC. 6; THE VICTIM WAS ROSTAND'S 'CYRANO DE BERGERAC.'" Written for Rand's 1962 column in the Los Angeles Times, presented here is her copiously edited manuscript criticizing the "ineptitude displayed by this show," but more importantly providing an early distillation of Rand's entire esthetic philosophy seven years before The Romatic Manifesto was published. Rand devoted a significant number of her columns not to politics or world affairs but to art.Rand's praise runs from two of history's greatest Romantic writers — Victor Hugo and Edmond Rostand — to the contemporary detective stories of Mickey Spillane. Her condemnation ranges from "most of today's so-called 'serious' writers" to those attacking the popular television show The Untouchables. (Manuscript also… Read more
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The Fountainhead
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The Fountainhead

by RAND, Ayn

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SIGNED, inscribed and dated Christmas 1945 by Ayn Rand. "To say 'I love you,' one must know first how to say the 'I'"(The Fountainhead). Ayn Rand's breakthrough novel, signed and inscribed "Christmas, 1945" in Rand's pen. Early printing, a good copy, hinges holding but delicate. Lacks dust jacket. Apart from Rand's inscription, no writings or markings of any kind. An unbeatable price for signed Ayn Rand. Book #C1115. $1900. We offer the world's largest selection of rare, signed and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands.
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Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal
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Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

by RAND, Ayn

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First
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SIGNED by Ayn Rand; one of only 300 copies! New American Library, New York, 1966. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Rare and Fine copy of the UNnumbered Limited Edition of Capitalism, issued immediately after (November, 1966) the original Signed, Numbered 700 copies sold. Erratum slip which itself contains an error! Most unusual Rand, missing from most collections. Book Fine; slipcase has a tiny nick and very slight darkening. Book #C1150. $2688. Many more Rand items, including handwritten manuscript pages from Atlas Shrugged, available. The largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet! Signed by Author(s).
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An Open Letter to President Truman: Ayn Rand Signed Letter during Atlas Shrugged
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An Open Letter to President Truman: Ayn Rand Signed Letter during Atlas Shrugged

by RAND, Ayn

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ONLY ONE! Never Published Ayn Rand! Typed Letter SIGNED [TLS] Written at the peak of her intellectual and literary talent, as Ayn Rand was writing Atlas Shrugged in Los Angeles, an undertaking from which she rarely wavered. Unpublished Typed Letter, signed by Ayn Rand. Los Angeles, no date (ca. April or May, 1951). 5 pp. 4to. An unpublished Ayn Rand article addressed to President Harry S. Truman, presumably a draft of a letter she intended to publish, hence her title An Open Letter to President Truman. A few manuscript corrections in Rand's pen; extremely minor wear. In chemise. Mentioned only in a footnote in Gotthelf, Salmieri ("A Companion to Ayn Rand," 2016 p. 393) describing the letter as "never published." Written shortly after Truman's dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur on April 11, 1951, Rand addresses President Truman and then argues against the Korean War in a series of 20 rhetorical questions. Accompanying the letter is the newspaper article in the Los Angeles Examiner, April 12, 1951,… Read more
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WE THE LIVING

by RAND, Ayn

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Scarce first edition of Rand's first novel, one of only 3000 copies printed. Astonished by the intellectual trends of America's "Red decade," immigrant Rand set out to uphold the American ideals of individualism and freedom. Rand resolved to expose the "noble ideals" of Communism through the story of three young people whose lives are sacrificed by an all-powerful state. Originally titled "Airtight," We the Living was not a commercial success. Eighteen months after its release, the novel was out of print. Rand's royalties from the first American edition amounted to $100! This volume contains Rand's original UNrevised text. Original publisher's boards with strong hinges. Soiling to boards and some writing inside. A good copy of a very scarce book, priced accordingly. Book#P5a126. $650. We carry the world's largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands on the planet!
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The Fountainhead
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The Fountainhead

by RAND, Ayn

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PERFECT copy, Still Sealed in Publisher's Shrink Wrap! The single-volume Easton Press copy of Rand's first bestseller, a novel which has sold more than 10,000,000 copies, The Fountainhead. Never touched or open, this Easton Press is the finest copy available. Bound in fine genuine leather, this utterly flawless, library-quality copy of The Fountainhead is accented with 22k gold lettering and decorations and hubbed with Easton's distinctive raised spine rings. Page ends are gilded in 22k gold to protect against dust and humidity. TF is also printed on archival-quality acid-neutral paper, Pages are Smyth sewn, in which groups of folded pages are stitched together using binder thread, into the bindings, and boast traditional marbled endsheets, plus gilded page-ends for strength and durability. Endsheets of moire silk and a permanent satin ribbon page marker. THE perfect gift for Ayn Rand collectors. Incommunicable! Book #C3119. $500. We offer the world's largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript… Read more
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We the Living

by RAND, Ayn

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We carry the largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet! Rand's first novel, We the Living Macmillan, New York, 1936. Hardcover. SIGNED/DATED by Rand in a beautiful Facsimile First Edition dust jacket. Astonished by the intellectual trends of America's "Red decade," immigrant Rand set out to uphold the American ideals of individualism and freedom. Rand resolved to expose the "noble ideals" of Communism through the story of three young people whose lives are sacrificed by an all-powerful state. Originally titled "Airtight," We the Living was not a commercial success. Eighteen months after its release, the novel was out of print. Rand's royalties from the first American edition amounted to $100! This volume contains Rand's original UNrevised text. Covers soiled; No writings or markings of any kind, save for previous owner's barely visible embossed name. Encased in a handsome red cloth clamshell box embossed with a red star like the jacket. A handsome addition to any Ayn… Read more
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WE THE LIVING

by RAND, Ayn

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New York, 1936. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. MATCHLESS Value! Rand's first novel, one of only 3000 copies, "as near an autobiography as I will ever write" (Rand, 1959). A very good copy with the ORIGINAL, UNrevised text, stripped of Nietzsche's influence. PO's name on front pastedown and toning to back panel. But a highly collectible example of Rand's first novel at the best price on the market. Book #N6232. $1895. We carry the largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet!
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VI, DER LEVER (We The Living)

by RAND, Ayn

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INSCRIBED by Ayn Rand: "To Linda - The nicest woman I'e ever met - up to this date - Ayn March 27, 1941" Rare Presentation/Association First Edition copy of Rand's first novel. "Linda" was Aslaug Lynneberg, a Danish-American lifelong friend to Rand, mentioned in letters to Isabel Paterson in the posthumous Letters of Ayn Rand, where a letter from Rand to "Linda" also appears. The book has writing (Printed in Denmark origin) at the bottom of the front flyleaf. The front flap of the jacket is present but separated. A unique Rand inscription on the first foreign language edition of her first book. Once in a lifetime Rand! Book #P5101. $5000. From the world's largest collection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands.
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Letters of Ayn Rand

by RAND, Ayn

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SIGNED by editor Berliner and Perfect in protective shrink wrap as issued, Copy # 208 of the Letters of Ayn Rand rests in a fine custom designed clamshell box with gold foil lettering hand-stamped onto European Iris linen cloth. Accompanying the book is a facsimile letter and addressed envelope of Ayn Rand written to husband Frank O'Connor in 1936 - her first letter of love. Letter in envelope kept in place inside clamshell cover with white satin ribbon as bow. Ayn Rand s surviving letters track the arc of her career from a budding playwright and novelist in the 1930s to an accomplished author of best sellers in the 1940s and 1950s to a philosopher and cultural commentator in the 1960s and 1970s.Collected and organized by editor Michael S. Berliner, the Ayn Rand Institute s first executive director, Rand s letters are consistently full of original observations, reflecting the force of her intellect and personality, as she writes to literary agents, editors, producers, publishers, directors,… Read more
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WE THE LIVING ANTHEM

by RAND, Ayn

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Beautiful copy of the Easton Press publication combing Rand's first 2 novels. Still tight, possibly unread, with all the Easton Bells and Whistles: Library-Quality leather binding, 22k gold lettering page ends, raised spine rings., acid-neutral paper, Smyth sewn, silk endsheets, satin ribbon marker. Ayn Rand in satin and silk! Book #N5180. $295. We carry the largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet!
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Atlas Shrugged
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Atlas Shrugged

by RAND, Ayn

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First
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SIGNED and dated (4/12/80) by Ayn Rand on a paper mounted to the First Edition copy of her magnum opus, Atlas Shrugged. "I know that I am challenging the cultural tradition of two and a half thousand years," said Ayn Rand before Atlas was published. Here is a splendid opportunity to acquire a collectible Hardcover First Edition in the original unclipped dust jacket, 6 x 8.75", 1168 pages. Signed on an off-white slip affixed to the first free end page in blue ballpoint, "Ayn Rand, 4/12/80." Autograph condition: fine. Book condition: VG/VG, with a slightly cracked front hinge, slight dampstaining to rear board and dust jacket panel, and small losses to dust jacket edges. Unbeatable Ayn Rand value! Book #P5b209. $2888. From the largest selection of rare, signed and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet!.
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