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The Fables of Aesop and Others with Designs on Wood By Thomas Bewick.

By: Aesop

Price: $66.00

Publisher: New York, D. Appleton & Co.: 1903

Edition: 1903 Edition

Seller ID: 2575

Condition: Very Good

xxiv.376pgs. Very Good condition red cloth hardcover, top edge gilt, slight fading to spine and toning to title piece, slight foxing to fore-edge and text, binding sound and apparently at least partially unread, as many pages remain uncut along fore-edge (see images). Illustrated throughout with woodcuts by Thomas Bewick. This is the 1903 later edition, a facsimile of the 1818 and 1823 editions printed by E. Walker for T. Bewick & Son. Each of the 189 tales contains a headpiece and talepiece woodcut illustration by Thomas Bewick, as well as an "application", i.e. the lesson to be lear... View more info

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The Man Who Was Poe.

By: Avi

Price: $13.00

Publisher: New York, Orchard Books Div. Of Franklin Watts Inc: 1989

Edition: First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 2525

ISBN: 0531058336

Condition: Fine

x.208pgs. Fine hardcover in Near Fine jacket with faint shelf wear, clean and unmarked but for author's inscription on the half title page "For _- From The Man who is Avi 4-15-92". A young boy trusts his fate to a man claiming to be Auguste Dupin, of The Murders in the Rue Morgue. Dupin is actually Edgar Allan Poe. Can he help find Edmund's twin sister alive? AVI is an author of adventure, mystery and haunting, including Wolf Rider, Devil's Race, Encounter at Easton (Christopher Award) and The Fighting Ground (Scott O'Dell Award), as well as two comedies:S.O.R. Losers and Romeo and Jul... View more info

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American Book Prices Current 1997 Volume 103 The Auction Season September 1996- August 1997

By: Katharine Kyes Leab, Daniel J. Leab, Marie-Luise Frings, Abigail Leab and Kathleen Thorp, Editors.

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Bancroft-Parkman: 1998

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2467

Condition: Fine

adv. xxii. 1100pgs. Fine condition hardcover. Clean, tight, unmarked, prisitne condition. Red cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine, endpapers depicting a book auction at Sotheby's circa 1800 by Thomas Rowlandson. Continues to be an essential reference tool for buying, selling and evaluating scarce books, serial publications, maps, autographs, prints based on hammer prices at 35 major auction houses. An introduction and table of abbreviations precedes lists of auction houses, named consignors and season's sales, followed by sections on autographs and manuscripts (Part I) and Books (Part... View more info

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By: MacKinlay Kantor.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Cleveland, World Publishing Co., Cleveland. 1957. Stated First Edition, published simultaneously in Canada by Nelson, Foster & Scott.: 1957

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 651

Condition: Very Good

8vo. 111 pgs. Very Good condition original hardcover, not a reprint. Light olive brown cloth with illustration of Lobo on front board. Slight crimping of cloth at spine ends, upper left corner with faint foxing, else minimal shelf wear. Black and white dog illustrations throughout by Irene Layne. #651. View more info

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Eragon and Eldest. Boxed Set.

By: Paolini, Christopher

Price: $22.00

Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 2007

Edition: First Edition Thus

Seller ID: 2569

ISBN: 0375842403

Condition: Fine

Fine boxed set of softcovers. Box and books in pristine condition. Contains the saga of both Eragon and Eldest in one set. ISBN 9780375842405. Book# 2569. View more info

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Tales of Edgar Allan Poe

By: Poe, Edgar Allan

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Random House: 1944

Edition: Not Stated

Seller ID: 2595

Condition: Very Good

8vo. 562 pgs. Very Good condition. Blue cloth hardcover, gilt and black decorations to front and spine, with original box included. Internally clean, bright and unmarked but for the bookplate of Willard and Ruth Willard on front fixed endpaper. Original box is present with paper covering it faded and worn on all edges and corners such that it is readily unfoldable and repairable. Illustrated throughout with black and white woodcuts. With an Introduction by Hervey Allen and Wood Engravings by Fritz Eichenberg. Tales: The Gold-Bug, The Murders int the Rue Morgue, The Mystery of Marie Roget, The... View more info