Scarce first edition authored by the first two American women Nobel Peace Laureates & signed by the first women’s studies professor in the U.S.
Addams, Jane; Emily G. Balch...
Women at the Hague: The...
New York: The MacMillan Company, 1915. First edition. Inscribed inside the front cover by Sophinisba Preston Breckinridge. Near Fine in like jacket. Scarce original brown paper dust jacket; light toning... (Item #2011)
The author's copy of his first book, inscribed and gifted for a close friend
Tight Lines (Author's own copy...
Los Angeles: Tight Lines Publishers, 1932. First edition. The author's own copy of his popular work on big game fishing. "Author's copy" written by Bandini on the limitation page. Inscribed... (Item #1440)
Extraordinary contemporary inscription to the publisher
ALL THE ASSHOLES IN THE...
Bensenville, Ill. Open Skull Press, 1966. First edition. Publisher's illustrated saddle-stitched wrappers, 12 unpaginated leaves, 8.5 x 5.5 inches. One of about 400 copies. This copy in Fine condition with... (Item #639)
One of five copies of the "author's edition" with original artwork bound in
FLOWER, FIST AND BESTIAL WAIL...
Eureka, CA: Hearse Press, . First edition. One of 200 copies of Bukowski's debut chapbook. This copy one of approximately five "author's edition" copies with an original illustration by the... (Item #1041)
Rare presentation copy of Dr. Syntax with an original sonnet by the author
Combe, William (Thomas Rowlandson, illustrator)
The Tour of Doctor Syntax...
London: R. Ackermann, 1813. Third edition. A presentation copy from William Combe inscribed: "To Miss Emily Gouldsmith, with the affectionate regards of the Author." Additionally, Combe has written and initialed... (Item #1058)
The autobiography of a conservative president who saw it as his duty to preserve the nation's traditional economic frugality
The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge...
New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corp. 1929. First edition. A Fine copy, lacking the publisher's slipcase. One of a thousand copies signed by Coolidge on the limitation page."As America's 30th president... (Item #2654)
London: Chapman and Hall, 1906 - 1908. The National Edition. Limited to 750 sets printed for England and America., this set unnumbered. Forty large octavo volumes. With approximately 1,000 illustrations... (Item #1599)
Birmingham: Oxmoor House, 1974. First Edition. Folio (measures 406 x 330 mm). Number seven of ten numbered copies signed by Dickey and the book's production team. Publisher's full leather with... (Item #2482)
The best novel by one of America's strongest novelists, a critic of business civilization and inescapable social laws
An American Tragedy (Presentation copy)
New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925. Limited Edition. Two volumes in original publishers' boards. One of 795 deluxe copies, this one marked for Presentation, signed on the limitation page and... (Item #2644)
Du Maurier’s haunting modern reimagining of Jane Eyre
Du Maurier, Daphne
Rebecca (Signed First Edition)
New York: Doubleday Doran & Company, 1938. First American edition. Octavo. Original purple cloth, silver paste-on decorated in blue across spine and both boards, dark top-stain. Book in Fine condition... (Item #1798)
Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist Edited by...
Evanston, Illinois: The Library of Living Philosophers, Inc., 1949. First edition. Limited to 760 numbered copies, signed by Einstein ("Albert Einstein. 49"). This being copy 279. Octavo (9 5/16 x.... (Item #2591)