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Denver, Range Press, 1950
First Edition. Hardcover. Small quarto, about 10 inches tall, white cloth spine with gilt title, on pink paper covered boards with title and drawing paper label paste down on the front. Folding map at front and two facsimiles of items in pocket at rear. LIMITED EDITION, #151 OF 200 COPIES, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Bright, clean, sound throughout. Glassine jacket present, not pristine. This copy also has extra signed personal inscription by Mumey.
Condition: near fine.:
Genre: Western Americana:
Franklin Watts, New York, 1978. Hardcover. Large quarto. 11.5 x 8.5 First edition. signed by Carle in blue pen. Complete row of numbers to 1 on the copyright page. No jacket as issued--$5.95 price printed on cover. Tiny bump on front bottom corner.
Condition: Near fine:
Genre: illustrated, signed:
Viking, New York. 1980
Viking, New York. 1980. First edition, first printing. Tall octavo. Very good book in good plus dust jacket. Top edge darkened, tanning on inside front end papers. Dust jacket has some small closed chips, but is clean, unmarked, un-price clipped.
Genre: modern fiction, first edition:
Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc, New York, 1969
Hardcover. Quarto. Seven volume catalogue plus index. Catalogue is arranged by subject matter; the index is "A Dictionary Check-List of the Seven Sale Catalogues October 1966-October 1969," includes prices realized, compiled by Edward J. Lazare. Blue cloth is very lightly faded on spines, some volumes have fading to edges of front covers. ."
Fine reference material.
Condition: Near Fine:
Genre: Western Americana, reference:
Garcia Marquez, Gabriel
Bogota, La Oveja Negra, Ltda, 1985
Hardcover. Tall octavo. 333 pp. Original white boards, spine lettered in black, publisher's device to spine in black. White dust jacket with yellow flag on the steamship. Boards slightly soiled, rear inner hinge cracked but firm, fore edge has some spotting. DJ slightly tatty at top and bottom and small ding in spine (not affecting spine itself, just the dj), and a small closed tear on rear panel. ."
"First edition, signed limited issue, one of 1,000 unnumbered copies signed by the author in black marker and notarized below in blue by a Bogota official, dated 27 November 1985, released in advance of the trade edition. This special print run was to benefit the victims of the Armero tragedy, in which over 20,000 Colombians lost their lives after the Nevado del Ruiz volcano erupted on 13 November 1985. The trade issue was released shortly after, also by Oveja Negra, in yellow cloth. 1985."
Genre: latin american literature, signed: