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  • LYSISTRATA by Aristophanes; Pablo Picasso, illustrator; Gilbert Seldes, introduction.
    Aristophanes; Pablo Picasso, illustrator; Gilbert Seldes, introduction.
    LYSISTRATA

    Edition: First thus.

    Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press, (1983). Hardcover first edition - Originally commissioned in 1932 for the Limited Editions Club, this is a very attractive leather bound edition. Introduction by Gilbert Seldes. Illustrated by Pablo Picasso with six etched copper plates and forty pencil drawings. A title in The Collector's Library of Famous Editions. Quarto. Bound in red leather with raised bands on the spine, and gilt vignette on front cover and gilt titles on the spine and front. All edges gilt. Orange silk moire endsheets, yellow ribbon bookmark bound in. Notes from the Archives laid in. 117 pp.

    Condition: Very near fine (bookplate on half title page)

    Book ID: 84738
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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
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  • AN AMERICAN PROPHET. by Green, Gerald.
    Green, Gerald.
    AN AMERICAN PROPHET.

    Edition: Limited edition, published for The First Edition Society.

    Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: The Franklin Library, 1977. Hardcover first edition - A novel of an angry conservationist resisting development in the American southwest, based on the naturalist Joseph Wood Krutch. Illustrations by Stan Hunter. Bound in light tan leather with gilt lettering and design, all edges gilt, silk moire endpapers, ribbon marker bound in. 363 pp. "Notes from the Editors" pamphlet laid in.

    Condition: Near fine (some fading to the spine, as appears to be common with this title)

    Book ID: 82733
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  • 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
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