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THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Vol.  XXIII. No. 3.  March, 1912
Contents include THE FORGOTTEN RUINS OF INDO-CHINA By Jacob E. Conner with 63 illustrations and 2 Maps: THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Illustrated: and AMERICAN DISCOVERERS OF THE ANTARCTIC CONTINENT By Major General A. W. Greely, U. S. Army. Illustrated. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society. 1912. Spine chipped, otherwise a very good, tight copy. 
$35.00
WILDFOWL CARVING AND COLLECTING. VOLUME 7, NO. 4.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Wildfowl Carving and Collecting. 1992. 88 pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Some light wear to covers. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
$5.25
WILDFOWL CARVING COMPETITION 1999.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Wildfowl Carving and Collecting. 2000. 96 pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Some light wear to covers. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
$10.00
AVANT GARDE. 1-14.
New York, NY. 14 issues, January 1968 - Summer 1971. Light general wear, mild age-toning and some light soiling, with 4 to 5 issues having small chips to spine ends. All issues in good to very good condition. Postage at cost.
$300.00
THREE YEARS 1924 TO 1927, THE STORY OF A NEW IDEA AND ITS SUCCESSFUL ADAPTATION
New York; The American Mercury, 1927. Limited Edition (copy #353 of 600). Signed by H.L. Mencken and Alfred Knopf. Hardcover, no dj. 45pp. Good condition. Boards shelfworn with some loss of the green cross hatched cover paper; wear at the extremities, and sun darkening, especially to spine. Paste browning to pastedowns and occasional foxing spots. Small chip out of page 5. No internal makings. Securely bound. "The history af any new and significant idea....has qualities of interest and even amusement. So too, it is believed, the three years of The American Mercury's existence will make a readable and entertaining story."  (cfm)
$195.00