RMABA Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair

Featured items that Jeffrey Marks plans to bring to RMBPF 2008.
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Hemingway, Ernest. Death in the Afternoon. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. First edition in dust jacket. $ 17,500
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PERKINS, Charles Elliott. BOREIN, Edward (illus.) The Pinto Horse. Santa Barbara: Wallace Hebberd, 1927. First edition, with an added pen-and-ink original illustration and presentation inscription by Edward Borein on the front free endpaper. $5,000
No Image Available [DR SEUSS] GEISEL, Ted. Autograph letter signed, with an original early rendition of his most famous creation, The Cat in the Hat, in pencil, June 9, 1955, written on the verso of a scallop-edged menu of "a New England Inn," addressed to the members of his high school class, regretting that he had shown up for a reunion exactly one day early. This illustration predates the publication of The Cat in the Hat by two years. Accompanied by another copy of the menu, signed by his classmates, dated June 10, 1955. $ 25,000

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