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London:Harper Collins Publishers. (2005). 1st edition. Signed by author on title page. Hardcover with dust jacket.  A very good, clean copy, inside and out with a very good dust jacket. *Author's first book.
Boston:Houghton Mifflin Company. 1927. 1st edition. 343pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Green boards very slightly mottled on lower front cover and bottom of spine strip, otherwise clean. Internally, decorated endpages clean with a previous owners name to the top of the 2nd free endpage. Otherwise, aside from some very very light foxing to first couple pages, a very good, clean copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The dust jacket is lightly soiled with wear to edges, including small chips and tears. It is not price clipped.
New York:Charles Scribner's Sons. 1928. 1st edition. 266pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Blue boards lightly mottled on both front and rear board, with title in gilt on spine still bright. Page edges soiled.  Internally, a large bookplate is attached to inside front board, with light age-toning and some offset from jacket flap to endpages. Otherwise pages clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures but with a spot of soiling to title page (and opposite page). The dust jacket is in good+ condition, soiled with spine strip darkened, and some chipping to edges and spine ends. It is not price clipped. *A collection of short stories.
New York:Harcour, Brace and Company. (1924). 1st edition. 238pp. Hardcover.  Orange boards soiled and shelfworn with wear along edges.  Internally, end-pages age toned, with previous owners name inked to top inner edge of 1st free flyleaf. Otherwise, aside from an occasional smudge and general age toning to paper, a good, clean copy. The binding is tight, but slightly cocked, and hinges intact.
DAGGER AND JEWELS. The Gorgeous Adventures of Benvenuto Cellini. A Romantic Novel
New York:Dodd, Mead and Company. 1931. 1st edition.  372pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good clean copy, free of previous owners marks or signatures, with just slight soiling to page edges and slight offset from dust wrapper to end pages. This copy seems to be unread, as a significant number of pages are as yet uncut.  The dust jacket is unclipped, and is clean and bright. Now encased in brodart. 
New York:E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. 1950. 1st edition, stated. 307pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  A very good, clean copy with just a bit of age-toning to end-papers. No previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is in very good, bright condition but with light chipping and small tears to edges. It is not price clipped. 
New York:Herald Publishing Co. 1947. 1st edition.  208pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Turquoise cloth lightly soiled and shelfworn. Internally, a previous owners bookplate to center of inside front board and end-pages slightly age toned, otherwise a very good, clean copy. Dust jacket in good condition, still in one piece, but shelfworn with chips and tears to edges and folds. *Eighteen fantasy tales by the author of several Oz titles. 
New York:George H. Doran Company. (1916). 365pp.  Hardcover.  Green boards lightly rubbed and soiled with wear and fraying to spine ends and edge points. Gilt on spine faded and spine slightly cocked. Internally, paper slightly age-toned with a few smudges scattered throughout. No previous owners marks or signatures.  Binding is tight and hinges intact.
New York:International Publishers. 1925. 1st US edition. 319pp. Hardcover. Black boards with red print lightly soiled and shelfworn with fading to spine strip with print dulled. Page edges soiled. Internally, gray end pages lightly age toned but clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good, tight copy.
New York:D. Appleton and Company. 1902. 361pp + (10)pp advertisements. Illustrated. First edition. Ex-library. Hardcover. Binding is worn at the edges and spine with some mild soiling to the covers and library sticker pasted to the top of the spine. Gilt lettering remains clear and bright. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a bookplate pasted down on the inside front board, which has been stamped as discarded. The ink from the stamp has partially transferred to the first free end-paper. Front hinge is slightly cracked, extending about halfway up the length. There is evidence of a library card pocket having been removed from the inside rear-board. Otherwise, a very good copy.
New York:The Macmillan Company. 1923. 1st edition. 286pp. Hardcover. Blue boards soiled and shelfworn with sun-fading to spine strip and wear to spine ends, edges and edge points. Internally, end-pages are age toned but free of previous owners marks or signatures.  Aside from an occasional smudge, a good solid copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact. 
Bloomington:Indiana University Press. (1972). xx+236pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Book in very good condition. Orange boards clean and bright. Internally, paper is slightly age-toned with just a small bookseller ticket to inside edge of 1st free endpage. The dust jacket is slightly soiled and shelfworn but still in near very good condition. *"After a long period of suppression begun under Stalin, Mikhail Bulgakov was belatedly discovered in the West with the posthumous publication of his novel, The Master and Margarita, in 1967. This collection of short stories will unquestionably add to his already brilliant reputation. Originally printed in 1925, it virtually marked Bulgakov's last appearance in print until after Stalin's death."
New York:Carleton, Publisher. 1864. 1st edition. 282pp+6pp ads. Hardcover.  Green blindstamped cloth, faded along spine strip with wear to edges, edge points, and spine ends. Gilt on spine dulled. Internally, end pages age toned with light soiling and minor foxing. Previous owners penciled inscription to 1st free end-page with anoter penciled name to top of the title page. With old damp stains to top of some pages and a few stray smudges scattered throughout otherwise pages clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *Wright 2:1004. Autobiographical novel during Civil War. 
DR. STRANGELOVE (Gregg Press Science Fiction Series)
Boston:Gregg Press. A division of G. K. Hall & Co. 1979. xxiii+145pp. Illustrated with movie stills. With a new introduction by Richard Gid Powers. Hardcover.  A very good, clean copy, inside and out, with just a hint of soiling to the top edges. 
DRIVING AXLE. A Novel of Socialist Construction
New York:International Publishers. 1933. 455pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Orange boards lightly soiled with light wear along edges and bottom edge points worn to boards. Internally pages clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. Tehe binding is tight and hinges intact.  The dust jacket is still in one piece but soiled and shelfworn, with some chipping and tears to spine ends as well as edges and folds. Still near very good. 

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