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Gbakhanda, Leeds, 2011, pp. 124, inscribed by authoress. 8" tall, paperback. Near Fine (clean pages, tight binding, slight buckling, faint edge wear). Enthusiastic and informative.

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A Pale View of Hills

Kazuo Ishiguro

Putnam, New York, First American Edition, First Printing 1982. Hardcover with dust jacket (in protective mylar), 183 pp, 8+ x 5+ inches, white boards with teal spine featuring gold titling, jacket (designed by Joel Avirom) has charming Japanese illustration within a extra-large "H". Condition is Near Fine in Near Fine, very slight twist to spine and almost imperceptible spotting on top edge, jacket has minimal wear at spine top and bottom - more photographs available on request. Kazuo Ishiguro's first novel with a small print run in the States. The book won the Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize, and the author has subsequently won the Nobel Prize for Literature. A lovely copy of a work whose importance is only now being realized.

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  • Book condition: Near Fine
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Klinkhardt & Biermann, Leipzig, 1923 (German language), Band 36 (first edition), boards decorated with period geometric design (paper), cloth backstrip, octavo, 20.5 cm tall, portrait frontispiece and 32 black and white plates, 11 pages text. Near Fine copy, light buckling to label on cover, faint curling of boards. Also includes a rare Klinkhardt & Biermann order form! In 1907, the art historian Georg Biermann and the publisher Werner Klinkhardt founded the Klinkhardt & Biermann publishing bookstore in Leipzig. The series "Junge Kunst" (New Art), a modern art-historical collection of bibliophile monographs on the European avant-garde of the early 20th century, caused a sensation. There were already proven but also developing artists such as Max Pechstein, Pablo Picasso, Emil Nolde, Heinrich Campendonk, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Dix, Oskar Kokoschka, Vincent van Gogh or Paul Klee. Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (7 June 1848 – 8 May 1903) was a French post-Impressionist artist. Una ... Read more

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  • Edition: Second
  • Book condition: Very Good
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Klinkhardt & Biermann, Berlin and Leipzig, 1927 (German language), Band 2 (second edition), stiff card boards decorated with titling and device in green, cloth backstrip, octavo, 21 x 15 cm, colour plate frontispiece and 32 black and white plates, 14 pages text. In Very Good Condition - backstrip intact, clean pages, light soil to covers (typical). In 1907, the art historian Georg Biermann and the publisher Werner Klinkhardt founded the Klinkhardt & Biermann publishing bookstore in Leipzig. The series "Junge Kunst" (New Art), a modern art-historical collection of bibliophile monographs on the European avant-garde of the early 20th century, caused a sensation. There were already proven but also developing artists such as Max Pechstein, Pablo Picasso, Emil Nolde, Heinrich Campendonk, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Dix, Oskar Kokoschka, Vincent van Gogh or Paul Klee. Paula Modersohn-Becker (8 February 1876 – 30 November 1907) was a German painter and one of the most important represen ... Read more

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  • Book condition: Good
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A. & C. Black Ltd, London, 1923, part of PEEPS series. Hardcover, no jacket , viii, pp. 80, 19 cm high, decorative cloth elaborately blocked in black, large coloured illustration mounted on upper board, spine lettered with black blocking, 12 plates, 4 in colour (pastel), incidental in-text illustrations and musical snippets. Condition is Good as there is occasional foxing throughout (though not on plates, which are bright and attractive), and significant spotting on front edge ans preliminary pages, endpapers tanned, fading to spine, book itself is solid and square. An intriguing insight into England's rural culture, now arguably lost.

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  • Edition: Millennium
  • Book condition: Fine
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Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2001 (copyright 1993), Harvard Classics Millennium Edition, "Bound in Genuine Leather, with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations", series edited by Charles W. Eliot. Hardcover, pp. 426, 9" x 6", red leather binding, elaborate tooling with gilt-stamped lettering & Harvard "Veritas" device, hubbed spine, all edges gilt accented (22 kt.), moire silk endpapers, satin attached page marker, tissue-guarded illustrations. In Fine condition.

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  • Edition: Millennium
  • Book condition: Fine
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Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2001 (copyright 1993), Harvard Classics Millennium Edition, "Bound in Genuine Leather, with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations", series edited by Charles W. Eliot. Hardcover, pp. 403, 9" x 6", red leather binding, elaborate tooling with gilt-stamped lettering & Harvard "Veritas" device, hubbed spine, all edges gilt accented (22 kt.), moire silk endpapers, satin attached page marker, tissue-guarded illustrations. Includes Easton Press bookplate laid in. In Fine condition.

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  • Edition: Millennium
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Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2001 (copyright 1993), Harvard Classics Millennium Edition, "Bound in Genuine Leather, with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations", edited by Charles W. Eliot. Hardcover, pp. 609, 9" x 6", red leather binding, elaborate tooling with gilt-stamped lettering & Harvard "Veritas" device, hubbed spine, all edges gilt accented (22 kt.), moire silk endpapers, satin attached page marker, tissue-guarded illustrations. In Fine condition.

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The Porcupine

Julian Barnes

Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1992. 1st Edition, 2nd Printing (before publication). Quarter cloth, black board with silver initials on front board. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket - DJ has small crease at foot of front cover and light rubbing/soiling on rear. Julian Barnes is a Man Booker Prize winner. Crisp copy.

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  • Edition: Millennium
  • Book condition: Near Fine
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Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2001 (copyright 1994), Harvard Classics Millennium Edition, "Bound in Genuine Leather, with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations", series edited by Charles W. Eliot. Hardcover, pp. 462, 9" x 6", red leather binding, elaborate tooling with gilt-stamped lettering & Harvard "Veritas" device, hubbed spine, all edges gilt accented (22 kt.), moire silk endpapers, satin attached page marker, tissue-guarded illustrations. In Near Fine condition, minimal wear along spine edge.

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  • Edition: Millennium
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Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2001 (copyright 1994), Harvard Classics Millennium Edition, "Bound in Genuine Leather, with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations", edited by Charles W. Eliot. Hardcover, pp. 395, 9" x 6", red leather binding, elaborate tooling with gilt-stamped lettering & Harvard "Veritas" device, hubbed spine, all edges gilt accented (22 kt.), moire silk endpapers, satin attached page marker, tissue-guarded illustrations. In Near Fine condition, tiny abrasion on upper cover

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Prophet

Fielding Dawson

  • Edition: Limited
  • Book condition: Fine
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Just Buffalo Press, 1979, limited edition of 250 copies, Signed by Fielding Dawson. Single folded cream sheet, 17 x 12 cm, the poem "Prophet" is on a single page. In Fine Condition. The poem references jazz pianist Red Garland, and the front page is Dawson's own drawing of Garland. Included tipped in errata note and original envelope.

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  • Edition: 1st
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Univ. of Pennsylvania, Phidalephia, 1969, First Edition, inscribed by author, pp. 73, blue leather spine (with gilt lettering), blue-green papered boards with pebbling pattern, gilt lettering. Good condition - some wear to corners on upper board, and upper board starting to "lift". Augustus Cass Canfield (April 26, 1897 – March 27, 1986) was an American publishing executive who was the longtime president and chairman of Harper & Brothers, later Harper & Row.

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pLopLop #8

Ed. John Clark

  • Book condition: Very Good
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Geekspeak Unique Press, Indianopolis IN, 1996, Initialled (on both intro page and rear cover) and uniquely hand illustrated by editor John Clark, pLopLop #8. Large Paperback (stapled), pp. 36, 28 x 22 cm, sky blue wraps with outlined graphics over which comical chicken artwork has been hand painted in orange and highlighted with metallic silver pen. Poetry and stories by Antler, Matt Buys, Richard Grayson ("This Planet is Over Rated"), Deborah Sellers, Kevin Sampsell, Fielding Dawon ("The Tall Fat Man"), Carl Miller Daniels, Bart Quinet, Hal Sirowitz, Anthony L. Philputt, Elaine Thomas ("A Picture Can't Fuck You"), Kitrell Andis, Steve Richmond, illustrated throughout with comical line cartoons. Hilarious introduction from John Clark. In Very Good Condition, some light creases, pen smudge on intro (presumed to be from Sharpie used to initial and illustrate). This zine is a wild, fun ride - "pLopLop rules. pLopLop stinks. pLopLop: don't stop"

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