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Exit Lady Masham, Auchincloss, Louis
1 Auchincloss, Louis Exit Lady Masham
Franklin Center PA Franklin Library 1983 First Edition Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued 8vo Signed by Author
Here is another beautiful Leather-Bound First edition from the Franklin Library. The volume is in Very Fine condition and I only removed it from its shrink-wrap to verify the signature. It is as tight and as clean as the day it was published in 1983. It is bound in Beautiful red leather with raised hubs on the spine and ornate gilt decoration on the spine and boards. The endpapers are marbled. The volume also has a bound-in satin bookmark. It contains a special introduction to this Edition written by Louis Auchincloss, which appears in no other edition of this title. The story of this book is set in England almost 300 years ago and is something of a departure for Mr. Auchincloss who is primarily known for books about the power elite of American business and society. Now he writes about an Englishwoman who rose, from being a laundress on a great estate, to be one of the confidantes and advisors of Queen Anne. It is a richly told story and a wonderful read. We are happy to send pictures on request. 
Price: 49.00 USD
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Rector of Justin, The, Auchincloss, Louis
2 Auchincloss, Louis Rector of Justin, The
Franklin Center PA Franklin Library 1977 1st Thus Full-Leather Near Fine No Jacket as Issued Signed by Author
Louis Auchincloss is one of the finest writers of twentieth century fiction and this is a book that is well worth owning and reading. Auchincloss considers this book to be his best and most people agree with him. The volume is one of the Franklin Deluxe Limited editions with the tissue guard protecting the signature of the author. It is bound in full brown leather with ornate gilt ornamentation to both boards as well as the spine. The spine has raised hubs in the tradition of classic bookbinding and there is a fine satin bookmark sewn-in to the book. This edition, published in 1977 by the Franklin Library, has gilt on all edges and it is just beautiful. There is a very slight dusting to the top-edge of the volume. It is in Fine condition and runs to 417 pages. I do not believe that the book has ever been read as it is so tight and pristine. It contains a special introduction from Mr. Auchincloss that appears in no other edition of this title. This offering also includes the 22 page booklet that accompanied the book on publication. This volume would make a wonderf gift for yourself or for a friend. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 120.00 USD
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Directive 51, Barnes, John
3 Barnes, John Directive 51
Norwalk CT Easton Press 1st Thus Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued 8vo Signed by Author
New! In original shrinkwrap. A futuristic novel! Signed with a COA. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22kt gold on the spine. The spine has raised bands in the style of classic bookbinding. Beautiful gilt designs ornament the front board and unlike most Easton Press books which are decorated with gilt, this volume has gilt as well as coloring. The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. It has raised bands on the spine in the style of classic bookmaking. Published by Easton Press it is a volume of heirloom quality and will be treasured for generations to come. 
Price: 165.00 USD
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Giles Goat-Boy - Limited, signed, numbered, Barth, John
4 Barth, John Giles Goat-Boy - Limited, signed, numbered
New York Doubleday 1966 First Edition Limited/Numbered Slip-Case - Hard Cover Fine No Jacket 8vo Signed by Author
This is a beautiful Limited First edition of John Barth's wonderful bestseller. This volume is in Very Fine condition with the publisher's slipcase also in Very Fine condition. This edition was Limited to 250 copies of which this is #182. It is signed and numbered on the limitation page. There is a bump to the bottom right corner of the spine but it is not as bad as it looks. It is not very visible at all when the book is in its slipcase. This book will make a wonderful addition to the collection of any John Barth collector. The New York Times Book Review has said 'The best writer of fiction that we have and one of the best we have ever had...His audience must be that prepared by Joyce, Proust, Mann, and Faulkner...Barth is a comic genius of the highest order'. Those are powerful words coming from the normally fairly conservative New York Times! Don't let it make you hesitate. Anyone who is a good reader can truly enjoy this book. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 249.00 USD
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Strange Sexual Practises in All Races of the World, Bloch, Dr. Iwan
5 Bloch, Dr. Iwan Strange Sexual Practises in All Races of the World
New York Falstaff Press 1933 First Edition Limited Hard Cover Good+ No Jacket 8vo 
This unusual book was limited to 5000 copies printed and this is number 3595. The volume is in Good + to Very Good minus condition and shows wear to the boards as well as the extremities. The spine is very faded but can still be read. This is a scarce book. The title page of the book mentions that it is 'intended for 'Circulation among Mature Educated Persons only'. It is truly a strange book with a very complete table of contents and a very wide variety of subjects. Published in 1933 it reflects the attitudes of that time. There is a dedication page to Havelock Ellis 'considered the modern world's most civilized man' and a quote from him that reads 'I regard sex as the central problem of life'. The book is amusing to say the least. The textblock is very clean and the volume is holding together well. There is a touch of toning to the pages from age but it is very light. For the collector of the quaint and different! 
Price: 95.00 USD
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Immortality Factor, The, Bova, Ben
6 Bova, Ben Immortality Factor, The
Norwalk CT Easton Press 1st Thus Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued Signed by Author
This book is Brand New and it still resides in the Original Publisher's Shrinkwrap. It is Limited to 900 copies and because the book is unopened I do not know what number this particular book might be. The book is signed by Ben Bova and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Easton press that is frequently signed by the author as well. Some see stem-cell redearch as mankind's greatest scientific breakthrough. Others see a blasphemous attempt to play God. Suddenly, the possibility of immortality exists. Two brothers, both doctors, stand on opposite ends of the controversy. To Dr. Arthur Marshak, his work is a momentous gift to humanity. To Jessie Marshak, it is a curse. Between them stands a beautiful, remarkable woman both brothers will do anything to save. Somehow, before it is too late, Arthur and Jesse Marshak must bridge the gap that divides them on an issue that could mean life or death for millions.Given Ben Bova's extensive works of Science Fiction and non-fiction, there are perhaps few better qualified to adress the complex issues that surround today's scientific breakthroughs. Ben Bova has probably won every award and prize that is due to a great writer such as himself. I have personally read at least ten of his books and I thoroughly enjoyed every one of them. Discovering Ben Bova as a writer is an exciting adventure through the depths of space and time. Beautiful New copy in as-new condition. Published by the Easton Press. It is bound in medium dark lavender Leather with complex, ornate and brilliant gilt decorations on the front and back boards as well as the spine. The gilt comes from 22K gold and the spine has raised hubs in the style of classic bookbinding. the endpapers are of silk moire and a sewn-in satin bookmark is also included.This is a volume of heirloom quality and will be treasured for generations to come. 
Price: 149.00 USD
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Tin Roof Blowdown, The, Burke, James Lee
7 Burke, James Lee Tin Roof Blowdown, The
Norwalk CT Easton Press 1st Thus Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued Signed by Author
This book is brand new and still in the original publisher's shrinkwrap. The book is signed by the author. James Lee Burke is much more than a mystery writer. Anyone who has read his books knows that this author can really write. Certainly one of the best contemporary novelists, Burke has written bestseller after bestseller. This is Mr. Burke's latest Dave Robicheaux story. No writer could capture the horror of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans like James Lee Burke. He brings his characters right into the danger and devastation of that time. He evokes the spirit of New Orleans like no other writer. The power and originality of his work is amazing. A Wonderful book. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22kt gold on the spine. The spine has raised bands in the style of classic bookbinding. Beautiful gilt designs ornament the front as well as the back boards. The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. It includes a certificate of authenticity and a descriptive card laid in with biographical information as well as a few words about the book itself. Published by Easton Press it is a volume of heirloom quality and will be treasured for generations to come. 
Price: 189.00 USD
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Girl With a Pearl Earing, Chevalier, Tracy
8 Chevalier, Tracy Girl With a Pearl Earing
Norwalk CT Easton Press 1st Thus Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued Signed by Author
This As-New Signed volume is still in the Original publisher's Shrinkwrap. Anything that appears as markings or defects on the photo are only the result of scanning through the Shrinkwrap.This is The New York Times bestselling novel by the author of Remarkable Creatures and The Last Runaway. Translated into thirty-nine languages and made into an Oscar-nominated film, starring Scarlett Johanson and Colin Firth Tracy Chevalier transports readers to a bygone time and place in this richly-imagined portrait of the young woman who inspired one of Vermeer's most celebrated paintings. History and fiction merge seamlessly in this luminous novel about artistic vision and sensual awakening. Girl with a Pearl Earring tells the story of sixteen-year-old Griet, whose life is transformed by her brief encounter with genius . . . even as she herself is immortalized in canvas and oil. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22kt gold on the spine. A COA is included The spine has raised bands in the style of classic bookbinding. Beautiful gilt designs ornament the front and back boards as well as the spine The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. It has raised bands on the spine in the style of classic bookmaking. Published by Easton Press it is a volume of heirloom quality and will be treasured for generations to come. 
Price: 149.00 USD
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Catalog of the Library of C.H. Clark 2 Vols., Clark, C.H.
9 Clark, C.H. Catalog of the Library of C.H. Clark 2 Vols.
Collins Printing House 1888 First Edition Limited Three-Quarter Leather Fine No Jacket 4to Signed by Author
Just Reduced! This Beautiful and Very Fine two volume set is a descriptive catalog of the Library accumulated by famed collector C.H.Clarke. It is a Privately Printed Limited Edition of 100 copies and and this copy is number 8. The books are gorgeously bound in three-quarter leather over marbled boards with Fine endpapers of marbled design that match the covers.The books are quarto in size. There are sewn in silk bookribbons and the ribbon in volume one is unattached but fully present. The spines are leather and are decorated profusely in gilt with six compartments and gilt decoration in each one. The title lettering on the spine is also in gilt and it is still bright and beautiful. This two-volume descriptive catalog lists hundreds of books that were in one of the most significant collections in history. The catalog is pure enjoyment to page through as well as a very important reference for any collector. This is because it is interesting enough for the casual reader while being the work of a very capable bibliophile. This library is of unique interest and this set is very rare. The books can be used to research points of issue and many interesting pieces of information about the book you are checking. As an example of the thoroughness with which this book was done it is only necessary to quote from the prefatory note what is said of the sub-divisions. "The catalog is divided into three parts: A titular descriptive list of the books in the Library followed by bibliographical and other notes detailing their scope and the date of original publication etc. Then there is a list of the short titles of books arranged under 'subjects'. There is also a general index, so arranged that the reader may readily ascertain what works or portions of works relate to any particular matter". Over all this is an entertaining manner in which the curious information has been conveyed. The notes are overflowing with odd bits of learning which take on an added interest from their place in the context alongside all that is essential to know about the imprint, degree of rareness, binding and history of any given work. It includes the mechanism of books, binding, paper, type, size, edition, and printer. It has a wealth of bibliographical, biographical, and literary description, which makes known every characteristic alike of author and book. Consequentially as a book of reference this set has very special value and interest to the book collector. It covers many of the works of famous bookbinders and includes the best of printing and binding and whatever is of bibliographical value. There is very little wear to the books as some of the corners show a very small worn spot and there is tiny wear to the extreme bottom of the spine of volume two. It is not visible looking at the spine of the books. I include with this wonderful set newspaper clippings of reviews of the catalog when it was first published . They come from an 1888 newspaper and are hardly toned from age. Also present is the original bookbinder's label unattached and in pristine condition. The book-binders were Pawson and Nicholson who were working in Philadelphia and were very well known as they are today. These books look incredible on the shelf and will serve any booklover or book collector or any lover of beautiful binding and presentation. Rare and beautiful. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 450.00 USD
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City of Bones - Limited Edition, Connelly, Michael
10 Connelly, Michael City of Bones - Limited Edition
New York Dennis McMillan Publications 2002 First Edition Slip-Case - Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo 
This volume is an unsigned copy of the limited edition of City of Bones. This is one of a reported print overrun of twenty-three copies. It does not contain the limitation page or a signature but it is a beautifully produced book. Published by Dennis McMillan Publications, the book sports a completely different dustjacket from the trade first and is far nicer. It is housed in a fine black slipcase and is in very fine condition. Michael Connelly has won an Edgar Award as well as the Nero Wolfe prize. We are happy to send pictures on request. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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Pilot, The - LEC, Cooper, James Fennimore
11 Cooper, James Fennimore Pilot, The - LEC
Baltimore, MD Limited editions club 1968 1st Thus Slip-Case - Hard Cover Fine No Jacket 4to 
The 1968 First Thus publication of this James Fenimore Cooper classic. Only Fifteen hundred copies were printed of which this is copy number 1454. Printed at the Garamond Press in Baltimore. This beautiful edition was designed by Peter Oldenburg. The volume was illustrated by Robert M. Quackenbush and it contains fine Woodcut Illustrations by him. The illustrator has signed the book on the limitation page. The book is bound in a Gorgeous titled cloth. The volume is in fine condition and it's matching slipcase is very good with some shelf-wear and some sunning. A lovely presentation. With the club newsletter laid in. The Limited Editions Club was founded in 1929. It was the creation of George Macy. Its purpose was to create very high quality versions of the classics that were also illustrated by the finest contemporary artists. All Limited Edition Club books are hand signed by the illustrators with a short description of the making of the book on the colophon in the rear of the volume. Only a few were published without a signature because the illustrator had passed away before publication. All LEC books come with a fine decorative slipcase and the great majority of them contain original fine art within.They are finely constructed books printed by the best printers and on fine paper.They are highly collectible. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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Valhalla Rising, Cussler, Clive
12 Cussler, Clive Valhalla Rising
Aliso Viejo Ca Cahill 2001 First Edition Limited/Numbered Slip-Case - Hard Cover As New No Jacket 8vo Signed by Author
This is a Fine First edition of another Dirk Pitt novel from the prolific Clive Cussler. It is a limited, signed edition issued by Cahill Publishing in July of 2001 one month before the publication of the first trade edition in August of 2001. There were 552 copies for sale of which this is #369. The volume is signed by Mr. Cussler on the Limitation Page. The boards are marbled in blue and the book resides in a decorative slipcase. The book is just beautiful and makes a great presentation. This is a brand new book and it has never been read. In the middle of its maiden voyage, a luxury cruise ship suddenly catches fire and sinks. What caused it? Why didn't the alarms go off? What was its connection to the revolutionary engines that powered the ship? Enter Dirk Pitt, who races to rescue the passengers and investigate the disaster, but he has no idea of the bizarre chain of events that are about to engulf him. This story is a Great tale of adventure and as a limited and numbered edition a rarity. A Fine addition to any collector's library. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 195.00 USD
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Inheritance of Loss, The, Desai, Kiran
13 Desai, Kiran Inheritance of Loss, The
Norwalk CT Easton Press 1st Thus Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued 8vo Signed by Author
This is a new book and it is still in the original publisher's shrinkwrap. The book is signed by the author on the limitation page as well as on the certificate of authenticity. There are no flaws. When a state such as Nepal, located in the northeast corner of India, undergoes numerous movements to achieve independence, It affects the lives of countless people. Some are adamant enough about the cause to participate in insurgencies, while others simply want to be left alone. This is the explosive setting that Kiran Desai has selected for her second novel, This is the story of a Cambridge-educated judge living in Kalimpong, at the foot of the Himalayas, with his orphaned teenage granddaughter, Sai, and his cook. Sai is in love with her Nepalese tutor, Gyan. He has his mind on the current insurgency of the mid-1980's and their household with it's hunting rifles and English biscuits, is an obvious target. Meanwhile, the cook's son, Biju, works in a variety of greasy Manhattan restaurants as an illegal alien. Sometimes funny and often serious, the novel deftly shifts between these third and first worlds while exploring the themes of nationhood, globalization, multiculturalism, class, inequality and terrorism. The novel is a wonderful read and is just beautiful in it's leather binding. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled deep red leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22kt gold on the spine. The spine has raised bands in the style of classic bookbinding. Beautiful gilt designs ornament the front as well as the back boards. The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. It has raised bands on the spine in the style of classic bookmaking. It includes a certificate of authenticity and a descriptive card laid in with biographical information as well as a few words about the book itself. Published by Easton Press it is a volume of heirloom quality and will be treasured for generations to come. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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Dombey and Son - Two Volumes, Dickens, Charles
14 Dickens, Charles Dombey and Son - Two Volumes
New York Limited editions club 1957 1st Thus Slip-Case - Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket . Signed by Illustrator
Dombey and Son is one of the great classics of Charles Dickens and it is my personal favorite. It appeared after Martin Chuzzlewit and was an effort by Dickens to regain popularity he had lost with the publication of his previous novel. The novel is also a landmark in Dickens' work in that he placed the story at a higher social level than his previous novels. The story involves the downfall of a dignified and pompous merchant and his learning of the power of love as opposed to the lesser power of money. This is a beautiful set from the Limited Editions Club. Both volumes are in very good condition but for some slight fading to the spines. The slipcase shows moderate wear and there is a tear at the top panel along with some shelf-wear. The slipcase in general is somewhat sunned and worn but It still protects the books very well. There were only 1500 copies of this edition printed in 1957 of which this is number 1498. The illustrations were drawn by Henry C. Pitz who signed the book on the colophon. The color plates were reproduced by George C. Miller. The endpapers are illustrated with the same pattern used for the slipcase. A wonderful and very compelling novel. The Limited Editions Club was founded in 1929. It was the creation of George Macy. Its purpose was to create very high quality versions of the classics that were also illustrated by the finest contemporary artists. All Limited Edition Club books are hand signed by the illustrators with a short description of the making of the book on the colophon in the rear of the volume. Only a few were published without a signature because the illustrator had passed away before publication. All LEC books come with a fine decorative slipcase and the great majority of them contain original fine art within.They are finely constructed books printed by the best printers and on fine paper.They are highly collectible. 
Price: 195.00 USD
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An American Tragedy  - LEC, Dreiser, Theodore
15 Dreiser, Theodore An American Tragedy - LEC
New York Limited Editions Club 1954 1st Thus Slip-Case - Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket 4to 
A beautiful production from the Limited Editions Club. Of 1500 copies printed, this is #599. The slipcase is moderately sunned and there is paper wear and loss to the top of the spine left corner. It also has a slight bump on the rear board at the bottom and there is a small scratch there as well. Beautiful book with a slipcase that shows its age. This title is unusual in that it is not signed by the illustrator. The colophon states that "The illustrations are the final work of Reginald Marsh and are issued posthumously: For that fine artist died on July 4th, 1954". A beautiful copy of a great work. The Limited Editions Club was founded in 1929. It was the creation of George Macy. Its purpose was to create very high quality versions of the classics that were also illustrated by the finest contemporary artists. All Limited Edition Club books are hand signed by the illustrators with a short description of the making of the book on the colophon in the rear of the volume. Only a few were published without a signature because the illustrator had passed away before publication. All LEC books come with a fine decorative slipcase and the great majority of them contain original fine art within.They are finely constructed books printed by the best printers and on fine paper.They are highly collectible. 
Price: 160.00 USD
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Advise and Consent, Drury, Allen
16 Drury, Allen Advise and Consent
Franklin Center PA Franklin Library 1977 1st Thus Full-Leather Near Fine No Jacket as Issued 8vo Signed by Author
This Limited Deluxe edition from The Franklin Library is one of the more difficult Franklin Signed editions to find. The volume is one of the Franklin Deluxe Limited editions with the tissue guard protecting the signature of Allen Drury. It is bound in full leather with ornate gilt ornamentation to both boards as well as the spine. The spine has raised hubs in the tradition of classic bookbinding and there is a fine satin bookmark sewn-in to the book. This edition, published in 1977 by the Franklin Library, has gilt on all edges and the book has never been read. However,it was previously owned by an elderly lady who while respecting the books, did not store them properly and thus there is some mottling of the gilt to the fore-edge and the top edge is slightly dusted. Otherwise the book is in Fine condition. This volume runs to 714 pages.It contains a special introduction from Mr. Drury that appears in no other edition of this title. This offering also includes the 22 page booklet that accompanied the book on publication. Allen Drury was a premier political novelist of the twentieth century. Advise and Consent, first published in 1959 is his first work of fiction.It was a national bestseller for two years and it was adapted for stage and screen. Drury's story is of the very human people behind the great events of government. This novel has captured America's imagination in a way equaled by few books in our country's history. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 149.00 USD
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Two O'Clock Eastern Wartime - ring fingerprint, Dunning, John
17 Dunning, John Two O'Clock Eastern Wartime - ring fingerprint
New York Scribner 2001 First Edition Cloth Fine Fine 8vo Signed by Author
John Dunning's latest book is an exciting departure from his highly acclaimed bibliomysteries. This beautiful book is in fine condition. The dust jacket is also fine. This is the "Fingerprint Edition". There were 2500 Fingerprint copies printed. Each copy has one of Mr. Dunning's fingerprints in it on a special page that basically, but with humor, explains these books. This copy has Dunning's ring fingerprint, which is said to have been 20% of the total printing making this one of the more difficult ones to find. Mr. Dunning has signed the book directly on the fingerprint page. From the author of Booked To Die and The Bookman's Wake come a riveting new thriller that takes us back to the summer of 1942, when radio was in its prime and when daylight savings time gave way to "wartime". It tells the story of an intense group of radio artists at WHAR, a station on the New Jersey coast. Into the community comes a thrilling mystery. Mr. Dunning was a Rare Book dealer in Denver for many years. We are happy to send pictures on request. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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Silas Marner - LEC, Eliot, George
18 Eliot, George Silas Marner - LEC
New York Limited editions club 1953 1st Thus Slip-Case - Hard Cover Fine No Jacket 4to . Signed by Illustrator
George Eliot was the pen-name for Mary Ann Evans who was also frequently known as Marion Evans to her friends. She was also the author of The Mill on the Floss, Felix Holt, Daniel Deronda, and a number of other wonderful novels. Her writing is exquisite and Silas Marner is one of the great classics in the history of Western literature.1st Thus. Signed by Ilustrator, The book is in Fine condition, The slip-case is somewhat stained and the label on the slipcase is beginning to loosen from the left side. Beautiful LEC in Good only slipcase. The Limited Editions Club was founded in 1929. It was the creation of George Macy. Its purpose was to create very high quality versions of the classics that were also illustrated by the finest contemporary artists. All Limited Edition Club books are hand signed by the illustrators with a short description of the making of the book on the colophon in the rear of the volume. Only a few were published without a signature because the illustrator had passed away before publication. All LEC books come with a fine decorative slipcase and the great majority of them contain original fine art within.They are finely constructed books printed by the best printers and on fine paper.They are highly collectible. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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Independence Day, Ford, Richard
19 Ford, Richard Independence Day
Norwalk CT Easton Press 1st Thus Full-Leather As New No Jacket as Issued 8vo Signed by Author
''Independence Day" is a modern classic and a fine work of literature. An international bestseller, this is the beautiful Easton Press edition. It is signed by the author. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22kt gold on the spine. The spine has raised bands in the style of classic bookbinding. Beautiful gilt designs ornament the front as well as the back boards. The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. Published by Easton Press it is a volume of heirloom quality and will be treasured for generations to come. 
Price: 189.00 USD
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Anansi Boys, Gaiman, Neil
20 Gaiman, Neil Anansi Boys
New York William Morrow and Company Inc 2006 First Edition Cloth Near Fine As New 8vo Signed by Author
Neal Gaiman may be best known for his novel American Gods. He is also the author of Neverwhere and Stardust. He has a strong and loyal following among readers of modern fiction. This is a Limited Edition First and it is signed by Gaiman on the limitation page. The volume is in fine condition and the dustjacket is not price-clipped. Neil Gaiman is one of fiction's most original talents. He now gives us a mythology for a modern age. It is complete with dark prophecy, family dysfunction, mystical deceptions, and killer birds. We are pleased to send pictures on request. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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