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THE OVERTON WINDOW

by BECK, Glenn

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Threshold Editions, New York, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Perfect UNread copy of Glenn's Limited Edition (No. 8811/10,000) signed by Beck and opened only by him for his signature. Matchless quality at favorable price. Book #N3302. $65. We specialize in rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand.
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The Objectivist Newsletter  Signed by Rand
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The Objectivist Newsletter Signed by Rand

by RAND, Ayn

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SIGNED Ayn Rand on Vol 1, # 1, ectremely rare First EVER Printing of many original Rand articles, including some never reprinted anywhere else. 48 single issues of The Objectivist Newsletter, Rand's first monthly publication, 1962-65, and the most difficult Rand periodical to locate. Near Fine. One of the rarest Signed Rand items we've encountered in 45 years! Housed in two binders, including one original green sold by Nathaniel Branden Book Service in the early 1960's to house the newsletters. First (sometimes ONLY) appearance in print of "Choose Your Issues," (Vol 1, No 1, SIGNED), "Racism," "What Is Capitalism," AYn Rand's book reviews, and many more original Rand material.Volume 1, No 1 is signed, inscribed, and dated by Rand. This is NOT the bound volume; these are the ORIGINAL 48 ISSUES, most in near-fine condition! Extremely difficult to find, especially with the 1962 binder and the ORIGINAL Table of Contents! Book #C1119. $10500. We carry the world's largest selection of rare, signed and… Read more
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The Objectivist Newsletter
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The Objectivist Newsletter

by RAND, Ayn

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MATCHLESS RARE Ayn Rand! All 48 issues of Rand's first monthly publication, The Objectivist Newlsletter, from January 1962--December 1965, in the original green binder sold by Nathaniel Branden Book Service in the early 1960's. This is NOT the bound volume; these are the ORIGINAL 48 ISSUES, and complete Table of Contents. most in fine condition! No writings or markings of any kind. From Ayn Rand's unfavorable "Report" on Mickey Spillane's "Day of the Guns," to Alan Greenspan's discussion of "The Crisis over Berlin," to Nathaniel Branden's annual reports on the progress of Objectivism throughout the culture, these issues contain Objectivist material never reprinted. Very difficult to find, especially in Library Quality condition, in the ORIGINAL publisher's binder. A true Rand treasure! Book #C1116. $1000. We offer the largest selection of rare, signed and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet! All our books and other items are sanitized for your protection before mailing.*****.
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October the First Is too Late  Signed by Stephen Hawking
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October the First Is too Late Signed by Stephen Hawking

by [HAWKING, Stephen] HOYLE, Fred

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SIGNED by Stephen Hawking, Not his thumbprint! Includes Certificate of Authenticity! One of the scarcest, most difficult to obtain signatures, Stephen Hawking signs a science fiction novel from 1966, before Hawking was no longer able to write his name due to ALS. Hawking signs this novel, "October the First is Too Late," on the blank page opposite the title page in his stilted, still legible handwriting: "Stephen Hawking" in blue ballpoint. On the back blank page, some "doodles" evidence the same stilted quality, indicating they may have been penned by Hawking as well. Signature was acquired by Professor Antal Bejczy, a NASA scientist who developed the Mars Rover Sojourner and who worked with Hawking at CalTech in the 1970s. Novel is a 1966 paperback printing by author Fred Hoyle who, apart from his writing pursuits, was principally a theoretical astronomer. Like Hawking, he worked at the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge and also at CalTech where, during a sabbatical, he developed a theory of… Read more
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On Politics and the Art of Acting
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On Politics and the Art of Acting

by Miller, Arthur

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First Printing in Library Quality New Condition of Signed First Edition Arthur Miller. Miller considers the twin arts of acting and politics in our brave new Age of Entertainment and contrasts the relatively poor thespian skills of presidential candidates Bush and Gore with the consummate art practiced by some of the great masters of the modern American political stage: Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, John F. Kennedy, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. A perfect, UNread copy in a jacket in a complete UNclipped jacket with evidence of handling but no tears or chips. Book #C3107. $150. We specialize in Rare Ayn Rand, history, and science.
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One Lonely Night
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One Lonely Night

by SPILLANE, Mickey

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SIGNED without personalization, an Unread copy of the 40th Anniversary Edition of Spillane's "One Lonely Night." No writings or markings of any kind. Opened only by Spillane to sign. Book #3114. $100. We specialize in Rare Ayn Rand, history, and science.
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The Only Path to Tomorrow: American Women in the War

by RAND, Ayn; ROOSEVELT, Eleanor et al

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UNMATCHED RARE Ayn Rand! First appearance in print of a non-fiction article by Ayn Rand. Reader's Digest, January, 1944, Rand's article "The Only Path to Tomorrow," from a book Rand was working on entitled "The Moral Basis of Individualism," planned as an elucidation of the moral philosophy of The Fountainhead (1943). Covers have light staining; back cover has a penciled marks. No markings within text. Magazine is complete with Rand's article, the first appearance in print of then First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt's article "American Women in the War, + many articles on WW II ("What it Takes to Bomb Germany," "How to Disarm Germany for Keeps."). Rand's Reader's Digest appearance is Outright, Downright RARE. Book # N4241. $550. The largest selection of rare, signed, & manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet!
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Only in America: Sports Illustrated SIGNED by Muhammed Ali, Don King, Joe Frasier

"Only in America": Sports Illustrated SIGNED by Muhammed Ali, Don King, Joe Frasier

by ALI, Muhammed; FRASIER, Joe; KING, Don

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SIGNED by Muhammed Ali, Joe Frasier, and Don King, the highly collectible Sports Illustrated issue, Sept. 15, 1975, promoting the upcoming Ali-Frasier match in Manila. Directly below King's signature, he writes "Only In America" in quotation marks. SI dubs King, "Boxing's new Barnum," who essentially worked for Ali, "the hottest property in the world." A Fine copy, no writing or markings inside or on covers. Front cover evidences a torn-off mailing label. Very Rare. Book #P3112. $2500. We specialize in Rare Ayn Rand, history, and science.
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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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Opere di Galileo Galilei Nobile Fiorentino

by GALILEI, GALILEO

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GALILEI, Galileo (1564-1642). Opere. Florence: Gaetano Tartini and Santi Franchi, 1718. 3 volumes, 8° (246 x 181mm). Half-titles, engraved portrait of Galileo, general title to vol. I in red and black with engraved vignette, engraved folding plate and woodcut diagrams. (Small marginal clean tear to V1 in vol. III.) Contemporary vellum, leather spine label, marbled edges (a few spots and stains, extremities rubbed). SECOND EDITION OF GALILEO'S COLLECTED WORKS edited by Tommaso Buonaventuri. The first two volumes largely reproduce the material collected by Manolessi in the first edition; the third volume is devoted to previously unpublished material, including a number of letters of Galileo, and notes on his work by Castelli and Viviani. Carli-Favaro 431; Cinti 170; Gamba 583; Riccardi I, 520 ('valuable edition'). An better than presentable set of rare Galileo at the best price on the market. Book #CB1111 $5750. We specialize in rare Ayn Rand, history, and science.
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Ordinary Girl: The Journey

by SUMMER, Donna (CLIBURN, Van)

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From one legend to another! SIGNED First Edition of the "Queen of Disco" memoirs, inscribed to American pianist Van Cliburn, who, at the age of 23, achieved worldwide recognition when he won the inaugural International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958 during the Cold War. A beautiful, unread copy, opened only by LaDonna to inscribe with "love" to another music legend. Book #3113. $125. We specialize in Rare Ayn Rand, history, and music.
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Our Cultural Value-Deprivation

by RAND, Ayn

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"Where--in today's culture--can a man find any values or any meaningful pleasure" asks Ayn Rand throughout her April 10, 1966 lecture at Boston's Ford Hall Forum, where she continued to lecture annually. This unique Rand item, a discussion of the value-impoverishment of the 1960's, contains the LP recording of Rand's lecture encased in the ORIGINAL jacket SIGNED by Ayn Rand. Also included are 2 issues of Rand's periodical, The Objectivist, April and May, 1966, which reproduce Rand's lecture. Missing from most Ayn Rand collections. Book #P1403. $2100. We offer the largest collection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand on the planet!
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