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  • DEAD CERT. by Francis, Dick.
    Francis, Dick.
    DEAD CERT.

    Edition: Limited, signed edition.

    Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press, (2000). SIGNED hardcover first edition - Special collector's edition of this classic mystery set in the world of horse racing, originally published in 1962. SIGNED by the author on a special tipped in page. Also SIGNED by Francis on a laid-in certificate of authenticity Bound in full leather with gilt titling and decorations, all edges gilt, ribbon marker bound in. 217 pp. Silk moire endpapers.

    Condition: Fine (as new)

    Book ID: 65477
    View cart More details Price: $165.00
  • DEATH VALLEY IN '49: An Important Chapter of California Pioneer History. by Manly, William Lewis (1820-1903).
    Manly, William Lewis (1820-1903).
    DEATH VALLEY IN '49: An Important Chapter of California Pioneer History.

    Edition: Reprint.

    New York: Time-Life, (1982.). Hardcover - Facsimile editon of this classic account originally published in 1894 - a vivid and detailed account - by a survivor and leader - of an overland journey that went tragically wrong, when his party of emigrants took a "short cut" through what has even since been known as Death Valley. Also includes his experiences in the gold rush towns of the Mother Lode -including Georgetown and Coloma, his return east through Panama, and New Orleans and more. Foreword by John Steven McGroarty. Illustrated with drawings by Alson Clark. Map endpapers by Richard I Kelsey showing the approximate route of the author from Mineral Point, Minnesota to Death Valley and beyond. Illustrated. 498 pp.…

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    New York: Time-Life, (1982.). Hardcover - Facsimile editon of this classic account originally published in 1894 - a vivid and detailed account - by a survivor and leader - of an overland journey that went tragically wrong, when his party of emigrants took a "short cut" through what has even since been known as Death Valley. Also includes his experiences in the gold rush towns of the Mother Lode -including Georgetown and Coloma, his return east through Panama, and New Orleans and more. Foreword by John Steven McGroarty. Illustrated with drawings by Alson Clark. Map endpapers by Richard I Kelsey showing the approximate route of the author from Mineral Point, Minnesota to Death Valley and beyond. Illustrated. 498 pp. A title in the Classics of the Old West series.

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    Condition: Fine in brown leather with gilt lettering, all edges gilt, ribbon marker bound in.

    Book ID: 55073
    View cart More details Price: $18.00