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DOBLE STEAM CARS
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DOBLE STEAM CARS: BUSES, LORRIES AND RAILCARS

by J. N. Walton

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Edition
revised
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Hardcover
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Kirkland, Washington
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209 pp, 83 illustrations. Fine, 1965 edition. Previous owners name stamped on ffep with date and price paid, name stamp on bottom of last free page, otherwise clean and unmarked throughout. Abner Doble was a technically-advanced innovator in steam powered vehicles. The history of the company with descriptions of steam engines and chassis designs, highly technical explanations of steam power, and black and white photos of automobiles, steam railcars, buses, trucks. Included is a one page subscription form for "Light Steam Power," a magazine published in the Isle of Man by the book publisher (see photos).
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The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code

by Dan Brown

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  • as new
  • hardcover
  • First
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As New
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First printing first edition
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780385504201
ISBN 10
0385504209
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Kirkland, Washington
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454pp. As New copy in As New dj with protective clear cover. Pristine first edition/first printing of this massively successful novel.
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The Denial of Death
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The Denial of Death

by ERNEST BECKER

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  • as new
  • hardcover
  • First
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As New
Edition
First printing first edition
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780029021507
ISBN 10
0029021502
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Kirkland, Washington
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314pp, blue cloth boards w/gilt and white lettering on spine. As new condition with Good dustjacket in Brodart clear cover. Black ink marks on dj spine near bottom (see photo) and some wear on dj front cover corners and spine edges. Ernest Becker (September 27, 1924 – March 6, 1974) was an American cultural anthropologist who posthumously won the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction with this book. From the dj flap: "Man is the only creature who must pass a lifetime with the fear of death haunting even his most sun-filled days. The Denial of Death is an original exploration of the concept that man's innate fear of death is a principal source of his activity. Professor Becker shows how mankind tries to transcend death in culturally standardized ways--through heroism, narcissism, religion, and even neurosis." This scarce First edition/first printing hardcover copy is in unread condition; no similar copies are listed online.
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The Dos and Dont's of Yesterday -Do: a Little Book of Early American Know-How &...
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The Dos and Dont's of Yesterday -Do: a Little Book of Early American Know-How & Don't: a Little Book of Early American Gentility

by Sloane, Eric

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  • hardcover
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As New
Edition
First edition thus
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Hardcover
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Kirkland, Washington
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New York: Walker and Company, 1972. First edition thus. Hardcover. As New/fine. New York: Walker and Company, 1972. First edition thus. As New/fine. 2 volumes in slipcover, Do is a know how book, yellow paper cover, first edition. Don't is a book of American Gentility, reprint of 1968 book, but packaged together new. Sloane has signed the slipcase above his name in red marker. Books are in as-new condition and slip case is fine More great Sloane, on manners, and on how-to, making clothes hooks, to split elm, relieve toothache, and many more
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