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PEER GYNT
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PEER GYNT

by Ibsen, Henrik; MacKinstry, Elizabeth

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New York: Doubleday, 1929. Fine in very good jacket.. First MacKinstry edition, a gorgeous Jazz-Age vision of Ibsen's classic. Original quarter blue cloth, green paper boards. Paper printed labels. In original dust jacket. Illustrated by MacKinstry with striking full page color illustrations plus full page and in-text black and whites to accompany the text of the play. Jacket with some soil and edgewear, a few tape repairs to verso. Book lovely.
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PEER GYNT
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PEER GYNT

by Ibsen, Henrick; Rackham, Arthur

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London: George Harrap, 1936. Very good plus.. Signed limited edition of Ibsen's fantasy play of goblins and fairies based upon a traditional Norwegian fairy tale, one of only 460 copies signed by Rackham. Rackham had a particular talent for creating fantastical creatures like fairies and goblins, making PEER GYNT an excellent choice for his interpretations. This is one of the more scarce Rackham limited editions. 10.25'' x 7.75''. Original full gilt-stamped vellum. In original slipcase with limitation number matching book. Top edge gilt, other edges uncut, pictorial endpapers. Illustrated by Rackham with 12 color plates, plus numerous fanciful black-and-white images. 256, [1] pages. Signed by Rackham on the limitation page. Slipcase a bit soiled and rubbed. Natural discoloration of vellum, faint abrasion on front board near title. Spots of toning to fly leafs where tape once was, now removed. Vellum unbowed and unbumped, interior clean.
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PEER GYNT
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PEER GYNT

by Ibsen, Henrick; Rackham, Arthur

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London: Harrap, 1936. Fine.. Signed limited edition, one of only 460 copies signed by Rackham, of this popular play based on a Norwegian fairy tale - accompanied by the original drawing that appears on page 78 of the text. Rackham had a special talent for creating fantastical creatures like fairies and goblins, making PEER GYNT an excellent choice for his interpretations. Laid into this copy is a gorgeous original pen-and-ink drawing featuring a bevy of weird and wonderful goblins in motion. The drawing is actually larger than the printed version, measuring 5.5'' x 5''. Already a scarce Rackham deluxe edition, it is especially desirable with the drawing. 10.75'' x 8''. Original full gilt-stamped vellum. Top edge gilt, other edges uncut. Pictorial endpapers. lllustrated by Rackham with 12 color plates, plus numerous fanciful black-and-white images. 256, [2] pages. Original drawing with faint pencil annotations laid in. Signed by Rackham on the limitation page. Natural faint spotting to vellum, with… Read More
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TULIFÄNTCHEN DER ZWERGHELD
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TULIFÄNTCHEN DER ZWERGHELD

by Immermann, Karl; Eisgruber, Elsa; von Eckardt, Eva

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Leipzig: Ernst Wunderlich, 1936. First edition. Near fine.. First printing of this lovely fairy tale about the adventures of a tiny man as he meets, befriends, and sometimes battles fairies, dwarves, and insects. In her assessment of the history of European children's books, Bettina Hürlimann describes the art of Elsa Eisgruber as abounding in "fineness and precision," noting that it is "reminiscent of the drawings of the Romantics" (220). Her talent for portraying delicate subjects is demonstrated beautifully in TULIFÄNTCHEN DER ZWERGHELD, which finds a court of fairies and gnomes adventuring among humanized insects. Just two holdings recorded via OCLC, only one of which is in the US. Attractive. 9.25'' x 11.75''. Original cloth-backed color pictorial boards. Pink endpapers. Illustrated in color and black and white. [32] pages. Small owner name to front flyleaf. Binding with a touch of faint foxing, light edgewear. Clean.
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THE ADVENTURES OF TWINKLE AND BEAR CUB
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THE ADVENTURES OF TWINKLE AND BEAR CUB

by Ingalls, Marjorie Riegel

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[n.p.]: [n.p.], 1967. First edition. Fine.. Scarce inscribed copy of this charming self-published picture book, illustrated by (presumably) the author in a striking style midway between Kate Greenaway and Henry Darger. 8.5'' x 11.75''. Original gilt-lettered blue cloth. Unpaginated. Lithographed plates throughout. Inscribed by Ingalls on title page. Minor wear to boards.
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ILLEGAL AMERICA
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ILLEGAL AMERICA

by Ingberman, Jeannette

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(New York): (Exit Art), 1982. Near fine in near fine box.. Scarce limited edition catalogue of the 1982 group exhibition, the first show held by the newly formed Exit Art, in the original box with unbroken dollar-bill seal. Organized around the theme of consciously breaking the law, ILLEGAL AMERICA was the first exhibition organized by Ingberman and Papo Colo, co-founders of the cultural center and alternative art space Exit Art. A $4,000 grant "allowed us to do the catalogue. We made 500 of them. It was the first one we made with a cardboard box. We attached a dollar bill across the top of the box so you had to do something illegal - tear the bill - to open it" (Ingberman). Participating artists included Vito Acconci, Gempei Akasegawa, Louis Aragon, Scott Billingsley, Marc Blane, Gunthur Brus, Barry Bryant, Chris Burden, Papo Colo, Bogomir Ecker, William Farley, John Fekner, Lou Forgione, John Giorno, GAAG, John Halpern, Abbie Hoffman, Sam Hsieh, Jay Jaroslov, Komar & Melamid, George Maciumas,… Read More
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THE CREST OF THE CONTINENT
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THE CREST OF THE CONTINENT

by Ingersoll, Ernest

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Chicago: R.R. Donnelley & Sons, 1885. Very good.. First edition of this Rocky Mountain travel account, focusing on Colorado within the first decade of its statehood. 8.25'' x 5.5''. Original black pictorial cloth stamped in red and gilt. Floral patterned endpapers. Illustrated in black and white. 344 pages. Fading and rubbing to cloth. A couple small erasures to rear pastedown, else interior clean. Hinges firm.
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IF I HAD A PIG

IF I HAD A PIG

by Inkpen, Mick

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9780333448632 / 0333448634
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New York: Macmillan, 1988. Fine.. Lovely pastel illustrations on every page with one line of text at the bottom of each page. Great copy. 7.5'' x 8''. Original glazed pictorial boards. No dust jacket as issued. 32 pages.
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GUMBOOT'S CHOCOLATEY DAY

GUMBOOT'S CHOCOLATEY DAY

by Inkpen, Mick

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9780333514405 / 0333514408
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London: Macmillan, 1989. Fine.. Charming color illustrations based on watercolors by Inkpen on every page. Great copy. 8.75'' x 9''. Original glazed pictorial boards, no dust jacket as issued. 32 pages.
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STORY NUMBER 3
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STORY NUMBER 3

by Ionesco, Eugene; Corentin, Philippe

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9780825200656 / 0825200652
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New York: Harlin Quist, 1971. Fine in near fine jacket.. First US edition of the continuation of little Josette's adventures as her Papa makes up increasingly outlandish stories, written by celebrated European avant-garde playwright Eugene Ionesco. Publisher Harlin Quist had an eye for the unusual, and an affinity for the avant-garde. Before his series of picture books began in 1967, "few books published for children had collectively raised such consistent debate and discussion, applause and criticism" (Paley, 111). He worked with a variety of artists to create a spectrum of attractive illustrated titles, from the delightfully spooky penwork of Gorey to vibrant and rather psychedelic watercolors of Etienne Delessert and everything in between. 11'' x 8.5''. Original blue cloth boards. Original price-clipped color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. [32] pages. Pictorial bookplate to front pastedown. Jacket with mild edgewear, a touch of sunning to spine. Clean and bright.
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STORY NUMBER 1
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STORY NUMBER 1

by Ionesco, Eugene; Naprstek, Joel

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New York: Harlin Quist, 1978. Fine in fine dust jacket.. Redesigned edition of this tale of a little girl's interpretation of her exhausted father's efforts to keep her entertained, written by celebrated European avant-garde playwright Eugene Ionesco. Publisher Harlin Quist had an eye for the unusual, and an affinity for the avant-garde. Before his series of picture books began in 1967, "few books published for children had collectively raised such consistent debate and discussion, applause and criticism" (Paley, 111). He worked with a variety of artists to create a spectrum of attractive illustrated titles, from the delightfully spooky penwork of Gorey to vibrant and rather psychedelic watercolors of Etienne Delessert and everything in between. 9'' x 6''. Original blue cloth boards. Original unclipped ($5.95) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. [24] pages. Clean and bright.
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THE THIRTY-EIGHTH FLOOR
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THE THIRTY-EIGHTH FLOOR

by Irving, Clifford

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New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1965. First edition. Near fine in near fine jacket.. Handsome first printing of this Cold War-inflected political thriller of a near-future Chinese-Soviet-American military conflict. Ambitious and tense novel, written and set in the 1960s, with a Black American hero negotiating international political plots alongside the civil rights struggle in his own country. By the author most notorious for fabricating an "autobiography" of Howard Hughes, for which he was denounced by the reclusive billionaire and sent (briefly) to prison; Irving later wrote about the hoax (in "The Hoax") and was featured in Orson Welles' "F for Fake." 8.25'' x 6''. Original black boards. In original unclipped ($5.95) dust jacket. Green endpapers. [12], 318 pages. Minor shelfwear.
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THE TECHNIQUES OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
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THE TECHNIQUES OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

by Irving, H.M.N.H.

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9780112902034 / 0112902030
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London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1974. First edition. Very good plus.. First edition of this short historical survey of analytical chemistry, published at the joint invitation of the Science Museum and the Centenary Organizing Committee of the Society for Analytical Chemistry. 9.25'' x 7.5''. Original purple wrappers. 36 pages. Minor wear, spine and upper edges sunned, pages lightly toned.
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THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP
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THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP

by Irving, John

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9780525237709 / 0525237704
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New York: E. P. Dutton, 1978. First printing. Fine in about-fine jacket.. Inscribed first edition of this epic and intimate, humorous and tragic story of writer T. S. Garp's life - adapted into a 1984 Oscar-nominated film starring Robin Williams and Glenn Close. The National Book Award-winning THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP established John Irving's writing career. Though the concept of the story sounds relatively straightforward - the life of a writer - THE LOS ANGELES TIMES notes the book "should not, indeed cannot, be summarized... it is a book of incredible energy, a rollercoaster ride that leaves one breathless, exhausted, elated and tearful" (16). A wonderful copy with warm inscription. 9.5'' x 6.25''. Original blue cloth-backed yellow boards with gilt spine lettering. Original unclipped ($10.95) color and gilt dust jacket designed by Leo Manso. Fore-edge machine deckle, red endpapers. 438 pages. Inscribed by Irving to half-title page "For___ / ___, whose / kind appreciation / of [THE WORLD… Read More
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THE CIDER HOUSE RULES
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THE CIDER HOUSE RULES

by Irving, John

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New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc, 1985. Fine in near-fine dust jacket.. Inscribed first edition of John Irving's Maine epic, following a doctor who is an "ether addict and abortionist" (front flap), sympathetically touching on reproductive rights issues in the time before Roe v. Wade. Spanning five decades from the 1920s to the 1970s, THE CIDER HOUSE RULES is at once intimate and epic, encompassing difficult personal decisions and broad moral thinking. Published during ongoing bombings of abortion clinics in the 1980s, this title is deeply influenced by John Irving's own stance on reproductive rights: he has often fund-raised for the National Abortion Rights League. It was adapted into an Oscar-winning film in 1999. 9.5'' x 6''. Original brown cloth-backed boards with gilt design to front and gilt lettering to spine. Original unclipped ($18.95) color pictorial dust jacket, designed by Honi Werner. 560 pages. Inscribed by Irving to title page, "For Michael / Holman / with my best wishes."… Read More
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THE HOTEL NEW HAMPSHIRE
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THE HOTEL NEW HAMPSHIRE

by Irving, John

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New York: E.P. Dutton, 1981. First edition. Very good in very good plus jacket.. Signed first printing of the first trade edition, a whimsical family saga of a hotel and a bear and an opera house. Irving's fifth published novel and the basis for a 1984 film adaptation by director Tony Richardson, which inspired co-star Rob Lowe with an everlasting burning hatred for Orion Studios for "killing" a good story; though the story survives in the novel, just the same as it ever was. 9'' x 6.25''. Original half white cloth with dove grey paper-covered boards. Silver-stamped spine. In original unclipped ($15.50) dust jacket designed by Terry Fehr. Grey endpapers, fore-edge machine deckle. [14], 401, [1] pages. Scattered foxing to cloth. Light creasing to one corner of rear jacket flap; bit of toning to rear panel.
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KNICKERBOCKER'S HISTORY OF NEW YORK
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KNICKERBOCKER'S HISTORY OF NEW YORK

by Irving, Washington; Parrish, Maxfield

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New York: R.H. Russell, 1900. Very good.. First edition of a very early Parrish work, with plates full of detail and imagination that are a perfect partner to Irving's clever parody - extremely difficult to find in first edition. 12.25'' x 9''. Original quarter cloth, paper boards with pictorial paste-on. Top edge gilt, other edges uncut, grey-brown endpapers. Printed by Updike at the Merrymount Press. Illustrated by Parrish with 8 full-page black-and-white plates. xxxiv, 299, [1] pages. Some neat ink notations on blank verso of frontispiece. Front hinge reinforced, edges rubbed with some soiling to boards, frontispiece verso with a few old tape marks at fore-edge, not on image side, just a bit of foxing. Really a tight copy, nicer than typically seen.
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BLACK FRIDAY
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BLACK FRIDAY

by Isham, Federic S.

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Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1904. First printing. Near fine.. Attractive first edition of this historical novel centered on the 1869 conspiracy to corner the gold market and the ensuing market crash - the first such collapse to be termed Black Friday - with sinuous stock tickers depicted in handsome pictorial cloth. 7.25'' x 5''. Original gilt-lettered green pictorial cloth. Illustrated in black and white by Harrison Fisher. 409, [1] pages. Minor rubbing to spine. Some very faint spotting to rear cover. Touches of shelfwear. Overall, bright, clean, and sound.
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CHOURMO
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CHOURMO

by Izzo, Jean-Claude

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New York: Europa Editions, 2006. Fine.. Uncorrected proof of the first US edition, the second book of the neo-noir Marseilles Trilogy beginning with TOTAL CHAOS. 8.25''x 5.25''. Original red printed wrappers. 244 pages. Slightest lean. Else bright, sharp and tight. Unread.
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