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Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1913.
Seller ID: 8566
Condition: Good. Front hinge cracked. Boards bright with cloth wrinkle and bump at front bottom corner. Edges soiled.
Frontispiece tissued illustration by Walter Appleton Clark with three more illustrations in text. View more info
Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1913.
Seller ID: 8567
Condition: Good. Front and rear hinges cracked. Boards bright with bump at front bottom corner. Edges soiled.
Frontispiece tissued illustration and more illustrations in text. View more info
By: Smith, Jack.
Publisher: New York., McGraw-Hill Book Co.: 1978.
Seller ID: 14855
Condition: Fine in good dust jacket. Tear & chip with wrinkle at top of front panel of price clipped dust jacket. Book is clean in solid binding.
Inscribed by Jack Smith on the front free endpaper. Humorous family tale of a son's wedding & his father's worries. View more info
By: Soubiran, Andre.
Publisher: New York., Putnam.: 1954.
Edition: 2nd printing.
Seller ID: 9410
Condition: Near fine in good+ dust jacket. Book is square and tight with light soiling to edges. Jacket is price clipped and worn with closed tears on edges.
Translation by Oliver Coburn. View more info
Publisher: New York., Macmillan.: c1963.
Edition: Third Edition: Revised. 7th printing 1969. Book club edition.
Seller ID: 9474
Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Book is square and tight. Light soiling to bottom edge. Jacket has minimal edge wear with no tears or chips.
By: Steinbeck, John.
Publisher: New York., Modern Age Books / A Seal Book.: 1938.
Edition: First paperback edition. Number 43 on spine.
Seller ID: 11889
Condition: Binding still tight. Interior clean with pages starting to brown. Dust soil to edges. Former owner's stamp on front & rear wraps. Red, white & gray printed wrappers still bright with light bumping to corners & wear to spine ends. Small tear at top of half title - front free endpaper.
Unabridged reprint of the 1932 Covici-Friede hardcover first edition. View more info
Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1921.
Seller ID: 9008
Condition: Good. Gift inscription on front free endpaper. Loosening starting at front gutter. Boards and cover illustration rubbed. Edges soiled.
Cover, frontispiece and 3 illustrations by Alfred Brennon View more info
Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1907.
Seller ID: 9470
Condition: Fair - Good. Dampstain on right of page edges. Edges soiled and boards rubbed. Text and illustrations still bright.
Frontispiece plus eight illustrations and fold-out map. View more info
Publisher: New York., Current Literature Publishing Co.: 1909.
Edition: Reprint. Medallion Edition.
Seller ID: 13458
Condition: A few pages unopened at bottom edge. Light soil to front board. Book is square in tight binding. Text clean and bright.
Frontis photo of the author at age 22. Collection of early works published mostly in Cornhill Magazine & London Magazine from 1876-78. Included are El Dorado, Child's Play, A Plea For Gas Lamps, and nine other essays. View more info
Publisher: New York., Hurst & Co.: n.d.
Seller ID: 15208
Condition: Fair. Text toned & brittle. Archival tape repair to page 93/94. Sunning & light soil to boards. Binding solid.
Short fiction originally published in CassellÕs Christmas Annual (Dec 1887). View more info
Publisher: New York., J. H. Sears & Co.: n.d.
Seller ID: 9003
Condition: Good. Boards rubbed and gilt faded. Edge soiling. Pages just starting to brown.
Jekyll and Hyde is a Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone title. View more info
Publisher: Creativity, Inc.: 1974.
Edition: First Edition thus. Reprinted from Book of Christmas (Simon & Schuster). Limited Edition. This copy not numbered.
Seller ID: 13052
Condition: Near fine. No dust jacket. Small bump on bottom edge.
Privately printed for the friends of lithographers Fenn & Fenn. Color illustrations by Arthur Brill. View more info
Publisher: New York., New York Labor News Co.: 1907.
Seller ID: 14621
Condition: Light rubbing to corners. Small damp stain at top corner (no effect on text). Binding solid and text clean.
The second novel in the author's monumental serial known under the collective title of The Mysteries of the People; or, History of a Proletarian Family Across the Ages. View more info
Publisher: New York., Harcourt, Brace & Co.: 1920.
Seller ID: 10904
Condition: Good. Cracked at title page and rear gutter. Not loose. Inked signature and notes by former owner on front free endpaper and rear pastedown. Minimal penciled underlining. Boards rubbed and faded. Corners bumped. Light dust soil to edges.
Publisher: New York., Charles Scribner's Sons.: 1916.
Seller ID: 7398
Condition: Very good. No dust jacket. Small tear at bottom of spine. Former owner's names on front paste down and dedication page.
A cute little book with Clarence Underwood illustrations. View more info
Publisher: New York., Grosset & Dunlap.: c1902.
Seller ID: 10899
Condition: Ex. school library. Only evidence is 2" oval school stamp on front free endpaper. pencil tracing on frontispiece tissue, and a charming self portrait in pencil by one of the students on the back flyleaf. Inked number on front pastedown. Boards lightly rubbed with oval stain from glass on front cover. Edges dust soiled. Book is cracked in front and rear but not loose. Professional repair to rear gutter.
Color frontispiece illustration by Henry Hutt. View more info