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Program listing the 150 films shown at the Centre Georges Pompidou between May 4 through October 1988. Brief synopsis, B + W movie photos, actors noted. Stain on the lower front cover otherwise in good condition. Paperback written in French.
A 19thC novel written by Mary E. Wilkins and published in 1893 by Harper & Brothers. The green boards feature a gilt and maroon design with lettering. The boards show some wear and the back one is a tad loose photo but the book is tight. A few pages have light staining and two illustrations have separated. Sold as is.
Paperback. Stated "Thirteenth printing". Dell Publishing 1968. Crease on the back cover- light staining and wear on the front. Some paragraphs are highlighted in yellow.Pages have yellowed. Acceptable copy.
An older silver plate souvenir spoon made by Geo E Homer Boston.
Part of the Collector's Pieces series. Small hardcover published by Walker & Co New York and printed in Hong Kong in 1969. 64 pages. B&W photos along with various Spode marks.The front end sheet is slightly separating and front cover is very slightly warped.
An unmarked clutch eyeglass case. Great condition. 6" x 2-3/8"
First edition hard cover with dust jacket by Louise Hall Tharp. Published in Boston by Little Brown and Company, 1953. 367 pp. Illustrations, notes, index. Pages have yellowed, there is a stain from an old newspaper article that was inserted in the front end paper and the dust jacket shows some wear otherwise in good condition.
A novel published in 1915 by Doubleday, Page & Co., Garden City, New York. Issues: some wear on the red boards, inscriptions(text is fine), pages have yellowed, and the spine is slightly cocked.Noted in pencil "first edition" though not stated.
Soft cover illustrated catalog for an exhibit that took place at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., December 13, 1974 thru March 30, 1975. 104 pgs. Light wear and unmarked.
Hard cover w/dj that shows signs of wear otherwise in good condition.
A small paperback published in 1971 by Forlag in Oslo. B&W and color photos. Includes many artists (Munthe, Munch, Heydahl, etc.)Light wear on the cover and a small brown stain on page 72~otherwise in very good condition. 71pgs.+
Official guide book for the Vatican Pavilion. Includes map, b&w and colored photos, and descriptions of the exhibits. The front and back cover are creased otherwise in good condition.
A rare paperback written by Edward Knobel and published by Dover Publications Inc. NY in 1972. "... an unabridged republication of the work originally published by Bradlee Whidden in 1894 under the title of -A Guide to Find the Names of All Wild Growing Trees and Shrubs of New England by Their Leaves- ....a new descriptive list of the species has been prepared especially for this edition by Prof. E.S. Harrar." 47 pages.
Here are two books by Bernard Malamud. Pictures of Fidelman w/ dustjacket,and The Fixer (1966) - name is inscribed. Both are published by Farrar Straus and Giroux.
First edition published in 1960 by Viking Press and edited by Cleveland Amory and Frederic Bradlee, this book includes some fabulous photographs and stories taken from Vanity Fair magazines during the 1920's and 1930's. Cover is worn and torn in places as noted in the pictures but otherwise in good condition.
Ca 1930 Electroplated nickel silver (EPNS) tea strainer with enamel crest/shield for Aberfeldy. The yellow, white and black enamel shield is highlighted by gold stags on either side as well as a gold crown. Pierced handle. Marked EPNS. 30 grams. 5-1/2" x 2-1/4"
Stated first edition (1957) of Harold Courlander's, Terrapin's Pot of Sense. Illustrated by Elton Fax and published by Henry Holt & Co, New York. Library copy with bookplate and back pocket. The very first page (which perhaps was blank) has been torn off with a razor (picture #3.)125 pgs.
Here is a compelling full page ad that was featured in the New York Times, May 10, 1970. "Finally Your Senator Can Vote to End the War. Angry Americans. Saddened Americans....Your kids shouldn't go to college to get killed... Support the peace amendment sponsored by McGovern, Hatfield, Goodell Cranston & Hughes." Paper has yellowed and is folded and the names of senators who supported the amendment have been underlined in ink.