We are away from June 10 through July 3. We will be exhibiting at the Portland Book Fair at the Double Tree, Lloyd Center, June 12 and 13. Then again at the St. Paul, MN fairgrounds, June 26 and 27. You will be able to place orders the entire time we are away. The books will be reserved for you but will not be shipped until our return.

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THE WORKS OF ROBERT BURNS: WITH AN ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND CRITICISM ON HIS WRITINGS, TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE CHARACTER AND CONDITION OF THE SCOTTISH PEASANTRY.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT BURNS: WITH AN ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND CRITICISM ON HIS WRITINGS, TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE CHARACTER AND CONDITION OF THE SCOTTISH PEASANTRY.
Burns, Robert; James Currie
Philadelphia: Crissy & Markley, 1848.

Including Additional Poems, Extracted from the Late Edition Edited by Allan Cunningham. The book is in two parts, the poems with glossary, 180 pages, and the life of Burns and criticism, 258 pages, plus18 pages of additional poem. Bound in original brown paper patterned board with lettering and rule on the spine stamped in gilt, and border and design on the covers stamped in blind. Front and rear endpapers foxed. A handsome, very good copy.


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DRAWINGS OF MAPS, BRIDGES, PROFILES, COAL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES, CHAIRS, BRAKES, SPLICES, ETC, ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT OF THE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS, FOR 1856 [NEW YORK STATE]
DRAWINGS OF MAPS, BRIDGES, PROFILES, COAL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES, CHAIRS, BRAKES, SPLICES, ETC, ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT OF THE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS, FOR 1856 [NEW YORK STATE]
Albany, NY: C. Van Benthuysen, 1857.

Includes two folded maps of the State of New York and the city of New York. Numerous foldout diagrams of bridges, locomotives, rail sections, tunnels, and railroad profiles. Railroads featured are New York and Erie; Hudson River; New York Central; Oswego and Syracuse; Black River and Utica; Watertown and Rome; Buffalo and State Line; Tonawand to Lockport Junction; New York and New Haven; New York and Harlem; Long Island; Cold Spring Branch; Flushing and New York; Troy Union; Troy and Geenbush; Hudson and Boston; Rensselaer and Saratoga; Albany and West Stockbridge; Saratoga and Schenectady; Saratoga and Whitehall; Albany Northern; Whitehal Junction; Troy and Boston; Troy and Bennington; Northern- (Odgensburgh); and Plattsburgh and Montreal. Bound in original black cloth with lettering stamped in gilt and border and design stamped in blind. The lightest of wear at the cover corners. The lower corner of the two prelim pages and title page show some damp. No other pages affected. A superior, very good plus copy.


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DISCORSO UNIVERSALE. DI VUOVO RISTAMPATO. DISCORSO UNIVERSALE. DI VUOVO RISTAMPATO. NEL QUALE DISCORREDO SI PER LE SEI ETA & LE QUATTRO MONARCHIE, SI RANCONTANO TUTTE L'HISTORIE, & L'ORIGINE DI TUTTI GL'IMPERIJ, REGNI, & NATIONI, COMINCIANDO DAL PRINCIPIO
DISCORSO UNIVERSALE. DI VUOVO RISTAMPATO. DISCORSO UNIVERSALE. DI VUOVO RISTAMPATO. NEL QUALE DISCORREDO SI PER LE SEI ETA & LE QUATTRO MONARCHIE, SI RANCONTANO TUTTE L'HISTORIE, & L'ORIGINE DI TUTTI GL'IMPERIJ, REGNI, & NATIONI, COMINCIANDO DAL PRINCIPIO
Ferentilli, M. Agostino
Venice: Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1578.

Bound with LA CREATIONE DEL MONDO DESCRITTA DA MOSE, ET DICHIARATA DA FILONE HEBREO. Early Italian. Only one for this publishing date listed on OCLC. Discorso Universale is 231 pages with ten illustrated intricate woodcuts and 56 elaborate initials. La Creatione Del Mondo left unpaginated. Bound in contemporary velum. Occasional worm trails throughout, mostly located along the inner margins and seldom affecting the text. Spots of foxing present. A very nice copy.


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FAUNE PARISIENNE, INSECTES. OU HISTOIRE ABRÉGÉE DES INVIRONS DE PARIS, CLASSÉS D'APRÈS LE SYSTÈME DE FABRICIUS; PRÈCÈDÈE D'UN DISCOURS SUR LES INSECTES EN GÈNÈRAL, POUR SERVIR D'INTRODUCTION À L'ÈTUDE DE L'ENTOMOLOGIE: VOLUMES PREMIER ET DEUXIÈME
FAUNE PARISIENNE, INSECTES. OU HISTOIRE ABRÉGÉE DES INVIRONS DE PARIS, CLASSÉS D'APRÈS LE SYSTÈME DE FABRICIUS; PRÈCÈDÈE D'UN DISCOURS SUR LES INSECTES EN GÈNÈRAL, POUR SERVIR D'INTRODUCTION À L'ÈTUDE DE L'ENTOMOLOGIE: VOLUMES PREMIER ET DEUXIÈME
Walckenaer, C.A. [Charles Athanase], 1771-1852
Paris: Dentu, Imprimeur - Libraire, 1802.

Volume I: cxxx, 302 pages, plus six plates. Volume II: xxii, 438 pages with index, plus errata page to volume I. Each volume bound in half leather over marbled paper covered boards. From the library of Robert L. Usinger with his bookplates fixed to the front paste-down endpapers. Usinger (1912-1968) served on the faculty in the Department of Entomology at the University of California at Berkeley from 1946 until his untimely death in 1968. Spots of foxing throughout both volumes. Professionally rebacked with original leather spines pressed on. A handsome, about very good set.


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VIRTUTI ET ÆTERNITATI CONSECRATUM. AUREÆ LUCULÉTISSQUE PETRI CARAE COMITIS EQUITISQUE SPLEDIDI NECNÕ IURECONSULTI GRAUISS AC ORATORIS CLARISS ORATIONES: In quibus quicquid demonstratiuo in genere uspiam reperiri potest cum recondite Eruditione habes Lecto
VIRTUTI ET ÆTERNITATI CONSECRATUM. AUREÆ LUCULÉTISSQUE PETRI CARAE COMITIS EQUITISQUE SPLEDIDI NECNÕ IURECONSULTI GRAUISS AC ORATORIS CLARISS ORATIONES: In quibus quicquid demonstratiuo in genere uspiam reperiri potest cum recondite Eruditione habes Lecto
Caræ, Petri, Joannes Bremius, Thomas Hieraldus Cornificius, Scipione Cara, da Mantova Bassano, and Pietro Paolo Porro
Turin, Italy: P.P. [Petrus Paulus] Porrus Chalcographus Imprimebat Kal. [kalendarium] Nouem. M.D.XX., 1520.

Printed September, 1520. Neo-Latin Italian poetry, speeches and addresses. [6] 118 numbered leaves [236 pages]. Woodcut design borders on the title and first leaf of dedication. Woodcut initials throughout. Only three listed on OCLC. Bound in contemporary full leather with blind stamp designs to the front and rear covers. Three raised bands. End papers appear replaced long ago. Interior and exterior hinges are sound. The text is quite very good. The leather covers are well worn.


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SCIENCE AND THE COMMON UNDERSTANDING
SCIENCE AND THE COMMON UNDERSTANDING
Oppenheimer, J. Robert
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1954.

Signed by Oppenheimer on the front free endpaper. Very good plus in very good dust jacket with shallow chipping at the spine panel ends, and two tiny tears.


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NARROW GAUGE TO THE REDWOODS: THE STORY OF THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD AND SAN FRANCISCO BAY PADDLE-WHEEL FERRIES
NARROW GAUGE TO THE REDWOODS: THE STORY OF THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD AND SAN FRANCISCO BAY PADDLE-WHEEL FERRIES
Dickinson, A. Bray, Roy Graves, Ted Wurm and Al Graves
Glendale, CA: Trans-Anglo Books/TAB, 1981.

Rare nostalgic photos and informative prose, covering the lifetime of California's fascinating narrow gauge North Pacific Coast Railroad and its paddle-wheel ferry line which once carried thousands of San Franciscans north across the bay to Marin and Sonoma Counties. 168 pages featuring the photo collection of Roy D. Graves with maps, rosters, diagrams, bibliography and index. Map endpapers. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with one tiny tear at the top of the front flap fold.


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WILD BILL AND HIS ERA: THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JAMES BUTLER HICKOK
WILD BILL AND HIS ERA: THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JAMES BUTLER HICKOK
Connelley, William Elsey
New York: Press of the Pioneers, 1933.

Howes: C690. Graff: 852. Adams, Six-Guns: 480. 229 pages with photographs. Bound in original dark red cloth with lettering and illustration in gilt. A very good plus copy.


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HISTORY OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
HISTORY OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
Smalley, Eugene V.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1883.

The earliest in depth history of the third major transcontinental railroad constructed though it was the first proposed. Howes S561. Graff 3817. 437 pages. Advance copy with tipped in slip with the compliments of the Railroad. All plates and maps present, including folded map in rear pocket. Bound in original red/brown cloth with lettering and rule on spine in gilt and NPRR design on the front cover in gilt. Two bookplates. Light toning to page edges. Small abrasion to the rear paste-down endpaper. Ex-library with call number removed from spine. No pockets were ever present. A very good plus, attractive copy.


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PLUTO
Brunhübner, Fritz
Washington, DC [1960]: National Astrological Library,

Originally published in Germany in 1934. Translated by Julie Baum. Presented for its research value in the hope that by disseminating all information possible about this mysterious planet it may help speed the day when general agreement may be reached on Pluto's place in astrological interpretation. 94 pages printed rectos only, plus two pages of ads for additional titles. Light wear at cover edges. A near fine copy.


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THE HORSE IN BLACKFOOT INDIAN CULTURE; WITH COMPARATIVE MATERIAL FROM OTHER WESTERN TRIBES
Ewers, John C.
Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1955., 1955.

Smithsonian Insititution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 159. The present study was undertaken in an effort to "supply more facts" regarding the role of the horse in a nomadic, buffalo-hunting, horse-using Plains Indian tribe, on the basis of which conslusions might be drawn regarding the important functions of the horse in the tribal culture. 374 pages with some illustrations. Bound in olive colored cloth. Slight wear to spine ends, else fine. A very attractive copy.


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THE MARTIAN.
Du Maurier, George.
New York;: Harper & Brothers (Harpers),, 1897.

Illutrated by the author. Bleiler; Checklist of Science-Fiction & Supernatural Fiction, pg 65. Attractively illustrated front cover. Spine somewhat darkened, else about fine. A very handsome copy.


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THE CLARION AWARDS
THE CLARION AWARDS
Knight, Damon, editor
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1984.

Collects fourteen stories written by Clarion graduates from 1976 to 1982, including the first prize winner "The Etheric Transmitter" by Lucius Shepard. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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THE ETERNAL CONFLICT
THE ETERNAL CONFLICT
Keller, David H.
Philadelphia, PA: Prime Press, 1949.

Limited to 400 copies, this is number 44 of 350 numbered copies offered for sale, signed by the Keller on a special limitation page. Fine, issued without dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase slightly worn at leading corners.


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WHEN THE RED KING WOKE
WHEN THE RED KING WOKE
Kelleam, Joseph E.
New York: Avalon Books/Thomas Bouregey and Company, Inc., 1966.

Fine in near fine dust jacket with two tape mends on reverse.


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WOLF FLOW
WOLF FLOW
Jeter, K.W.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992.

Signed by Jeter on the title page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. An as new unread copy.


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FINAL BLACKOUT
FINAL BLACKOUT
Hubbard, L. Ron
Providence, RI: Hadley Publishing Co., 1948.

"Hubbard's best SF." Barron, Anatomy of Wonder 1987, *3-218. Crawford, "333." 1000 copies printed. Fine in near fine dust jacket with slight wear at corners and spine ends, mild darkening to spine. A very attractive copy .


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KRONO
KRONO
Harness, Charles L.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1988.

Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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ENCOUNTER
ENCOUNTER
Holly, J. Hunter
New York: Avalon Books/Thomas Bouregy & Company, 1959.

Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with just a few spots of foxing and a hint of edge wear.


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THE MOLECULE MEN
THE MOLECULE MEN
Hoyle, Fred, and Geoffrey Hoyle
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1971.

Collects two short novels, the title story plus The Monster of Loch Ness. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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THE ARM OF MRS. EGAN AND OTHER STRANGE STORIES
THE ARM OF MRS. EGAN AND OTHER STRANGE STORIES
Harvey, William Fryer
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1952.

Collects 16 stories. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction, 769. Fine in a fine and bright dust jacket with several very tiny tears.


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THE BRAIN
THE BRAIN
Harrison, Michael
London: Cassell & Company Ltd., 1953.

Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, pg 106. Small ding to the bottom of the first few pages, else fine in fine dust jacket.


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ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED
ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED
Haldeman, Joe
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1977.

Signed by Haldeman on the title page and dated by him, "16 Oct 77." Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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SHADOW OF MY BROTHER
SHADOW OF MY BROTHER
Grubb, Davis
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966.

Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with slight rubbing.


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THE LOAFERS OF REFUGE
THE LOAFERS OF REFUGE
Green, Joseph
London: Victor Gollancz, Ltd., 1965.

The author's first full length novel. Light toning to the text block edges, else fine in fine and bright dust jacket with 1/2" closed tear with associated crease, also with wrap around band as issued.


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WHO KNOCKS? TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF THE SPECTRAL FOR THE CONNOISSEUR
WHO KNOCKS? TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF THE SPECTRAL FOR THE CONNOISSEUR
Derleth, August, editor
New York: Rinehart & Company, 1946.

Numerous illustrations by Lee Brown Coye. Collects twenty stories by Algernon Blackwood, H.P. Lovecraft, H.R. Wakefield, Cynthis Asquith, Henry S. Whitehead, F. Sheridan Le Fanu, Ray Bradbury, Theodore Sturgeon and others. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction, #526. Tymn, Horror Literature, *4-265. From the collection of H. Addington Buce, American journalist, with his bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper hidden under the dust jacket flap. About fine in about very good dust jacket.


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THE SOFT WHISPER OF THE DEAD
THE SOFT WHISPER OF THE DEAD
Grant, Charles L.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1982.

Number 114 of 300 numbered copies signed by Grant and Kuprowicz on a special limitation page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket within a fine example of the publisher's slipcase.


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THE DARK CRY OF THE MOON
THE DARK CRY OF THE MOON
Grant, Charles L.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1985.

Number 238 of 300 numbered copies signed by Grant and Kuprowicz on special limitation page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket within the publisher's slipcase.


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THE LONG NIGHT OF THE GRAVE
THE LONG NIGHT OF THE GRAVE
Grant, Charles L.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1986.

Number 227 of 300 numbered copies signed by Grant and Bauman on a special limitation page. The third and final volume in the Oxrun trilogy. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket within a fine example of the publisher's slipcase.


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THE PAW OF GOD [UTOPIA MINUS X]
THE PAW OF GOD [UTOPIA MINUS X]
Gordon, Rex
London: Anthony Gibbs Library 33 Limited, 1967.

Originally published by Ace in the US as UTOPIA MINUS X. Publisher's review slip laid in. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with slight wear at head of spine panel.


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JASON, SON OF JASON
JASON, SON OF JASON
Giesy, J.U.
New York, NY: Avalon Books/Thomas Bouregy and Company, 1966.

The third volume in the "Jason Croft" trilogy. Barron, Anatomy of Wonder 4, 2-43. Fine in fine and bright price-clipped dust jacket.


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THE ARCHITECTURE OF DESIRE
THE ARCHITECTURE OF DESIRE
Gentle, Mary
London: Bantam Press, 1991.

Signed by Gentle on the title page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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UNWISE CHILD
UNWISE CHILD
Garrett, Randall
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1962.

A few tiny spots of light foxing to the top of the text block. A near fine copy in a fine, bright dust jacket.


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BANTAN VALIANT
BANTAN VALIANT
Gardner, Maurice B.
Boston, MA: Meador Publishing Company, 1957.

Near fine in very good dust jacket with several tears, tiny chips and tape mends to reverse.


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PROJECT BARRIER
PROJECT BARRIER
Galouye, Daniel F.
London: Victor Gollancz, Ltd., 1968.

A collection of five stories. Very light spots of foxing to the upper edge of the text block. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with mildly sunned spine panel and tiny closed tear.


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PEOPLE MINUS X
PEOPLE MINUS X
Gallun, Raymond Z.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1957.

The author's first book. Lightly toned pages. Very good plus in very good plus dust jacket with several small spots of foxing and one tiny tear.


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THE BOAT HOUSE
THE BOAT HOUSE
Gallagher, Stephen
London: New English Library, 1991.

Signed by Gallagher on the title page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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MARTIAN RAINBOW
MARTIAN RAINBOW
Forward, Robert L.
New York: Ballantine Books/Del Rey, 1991.

Advance uncorrected proofs in red stiff paper covers. Fine.


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MARION'S WALL
MARION'S WALL
Finney, Jack
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1973.

Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with a hint of rubbing and one tiny tear.


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KING WINDOM
KING WINDOM
Farris, John
New York: Trident Press, 1967.

Fine in near fine dust jacket with very small 1/4" mark on spine panel.


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CUTTING EDGE
CUTTING EDGE
Etchison, Dennis, editor
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1986.

Anthology collecting 20 original stories by Peter Straub, Whitley Strieber, Clive Barker, Robert Bloch, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Karl Edward Wagner, Ramsey Campbell, and others. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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"QUACK!" THE PORTRAIT OF AN EXPERIMENTALIST.
"QUACK!" THE PORTRAIT OF AN EXPERIMENTALIST.
Elson, Robert
Boston, MA: Small, Maynard and Co., 1925.

"(The discovery of) a vital substance related to vitamin B that is the source of muscular energy." Bleiler; Science Fiction, The Early Years, #662. Bound in original maroon cloth with lettering stamped in gilt. Small number "19" written on the upper corner of the front endpaper. Very good plus in very good plus dust jacket with small snag to the spine panel.


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"QUACK!" THE PORTRAIT OF AN EXPERIMENTALIST
"QUACK!" THE PORTRAIT OF AN EXPERIMENTALIST
Elson, Robert
Boston, MA: Small, Maynard and Co., 1925.

"(The discovery of) a vital substance related to vitamin B that is the source of muscular energy." Bleiler; Science Fiction, The Early Years, #662. Bound in original maroon cloth with lettering stamped in gilt. Very good plus in very good dust jacket showing some wear to rear panel and spine panel ends and some light fading to spine panel.


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LOOK AWAY
LOOK AWAY
Effinger, George Alec
Eugene, OR: Axolotl Press/Pulphouse Publishing, 1990.

Number 70 of 75 numbered copies of the Deluxe leather bound edition. Signed by Effinger and Gregory Benford who wrote the introduction. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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RELATIVES
RELATIVES
Effinger, George Alec
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1973.

The author's second book. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with a hint of rubbing along the edges.


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THE OLD FUNNY STUFF: AUTHOR'S CHOICE MONTHLY, ISSUE 1
THE OLD FUNNY STUFF: AUTHOR'S CHOICE MONTHLY, ISSUE 1
Effinger, George Alec
Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing, 1989.

Number 61 of 300 numbered cloth copies signed by Effinger on the title page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. An as new unread copy.


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MIXED FEELINGS
MIXED FEELINGS
Effinger, George Alec
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1974.

Inscribed by Effinger on the title page; "To Susan - George Alec Effinger." Tiny spots of foxing along the top edge of the text block. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with some rubbing.


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THE SEERESS OF KELL; BOOK FIVE OF THE MALLOREON
THE SEERESS OF KELL; BOOK FIVE OF THE MALLOREON
Eddings, David
New York: Ballantine Books/Del Rey, 1991.

Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE NAVIES IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION; SERIES I, VOLUME 13.
OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE NAVIES IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION; SERIES I, VOLUME 13.
Rawson, Prof. Edward K., Commander George P. Colvocoresses, and Charles W. Stewart, editors.
Harrisburg, PA;: The National Historical Society,, 1987.

Facsimile reprint of the 1901 edition published by the Government Printing Office. South Atlantic Blockading Squadron from May 14, 1862, to April 7, 1863. 922 pages with foldout map. Bound in original blue cloth with lettering in gilt. Issued without dust jacket. An as new unread copy. No remainder mark.


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OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE NAVIES IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION; SERIES I, VOLUME 12.
OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE NAVIES IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION; SERIES I, VOLUME 12.
Rawson, Prof. Edward K., Commander George P. Colvocoresses, and Charles W. Stewart, editors.
Harrisburg, PA;: The National Historical Society,, 1987.

Facsimile reprint of the 1901 edition published by the Government Printing Office. North Atlantic Blockading Squadron from February 2 to August 3, 1865. South Atlantic Blockading Squadron from October 29, 1861 to May 13, 1862. 956 pages with foldout maps. Bound in original blue cloth with lettering in gilt. Very fine, issued without dust jacket. An as new unread copy. No remainder mark.


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