RMABA Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair

Featured items that Texas Star Books plans to bring to RMBPF 2013.
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Texas Star Books
Gary and Sue Fox
P.O. Box 471640 Fort Worth TX 76147
Military History, Western/Southwestern

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To Hell and Back. Audie Murphy. Henry Holt & Co., NY, 1949 - 3rd Printing Before Publication

274 pp. Signed and inscribed by Audie Murphy. The story of his WWII experience and the heroic actions for which he was awarded the Medal of Honor. Made into a movie in 1951, in which Audie starred, and he went on to become a movie star and song writer. The inscription is to Paul & Besa Short, who were instrumental in his movie career.

Condition: Very Good Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good -. Details: Black boards with red cloth spine. Minor edge wear. Crisp and clean interior with tanned pages. Forward page edge has small spot. Dust jacket has price intact with chipping loss to top of spine and a little at spine bottom. Corners and flap folds have some loss. Edges have some light creasing. Some light rubbing shows. Now in protective cover.

Genre: Autobiography, Medal of Honor, WWII, Hollywood

Price $1,000.00

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Framed photo of Audie Murphy with Autograph

Professionally matted and framed early photographic portrait of Audie Murphy, recipient of the Medal of Honor for his actions in World War II, movie star and songwriter. Mat opening for photo is 4-3/4" X 7-3/4". Beneath picture is opening with Audie Murphy's unique autograph.

Condition: Brown wood frame with Tru-Vu Conservation Clear glass.

Genre: Audie Murphy, World War II, Medal of Honor, Hollywood

Price $250.00

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Frontier Spirit, Catalog of the Collection of the Museum of Western Art. William C. Foxley. Museum of Western Art, Denver, CO, 1983.

Limited Leatherbound Edition, printing of 500. This copy signed and numbered 219 by Foxley. High production values with 129 full-color plates, six tipped in. Colorful Remington plate, 5"W X 3"H, pasted down on lower right of front board. Large format, 10"W X 11-3/4"H. 269pp. Bright gilt print on spine with raised bands and debossed brand. Front paste down has a few small spots on edge, and leather eges show small amount of darkening. Tight, clean, crisp and bright interior. A work of art on Western Art.

Genre: Western Art, Museum Collection

Price $1,300.00

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THE LIBERATION TRILOGY: An Army at Dawn/The Day of Battle/The Guns at Last Light. Rick Atkinson. Henry Holt & Co., NY

Rick Atkinson's prize-winning Liberation Trilogy, per the Wall Street Journal, is the definitive chronicle of the twentieth century's unrivaled epic: at a staggering price, the United States and its allies liberated Europe and vanquished Hitler. All volumes are First Editions, First Printings. Volume One, 'An Army at Dawn, The War in North Africa, 1942-1943', winner of the Pulitzer Prize. Pub'd 2002. 681 pp. It is bright, crisp and clean with light bumping on one corner. Dust jacket has price intact - also bright, crisp and clean with minor edge creasing . Volume Two, 'The Day of Battle, The War in Sicily and Italy, 1943-1944', pub'd 2007. 791 pp. Bright, crisp, clean and tight copy with like dust jacket. Volume Three, 'The Guns at Last Light, the War in Western Europe, 1944-1945', pub'd May 2013. 877 pp. Crisp, tight, clean and bright copy with like dust jacket. All appear unread, and all dust jackets have prices intact and are in protective covers.

Genre: Military History, World War II

Price $225.00

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