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New York: W.W. Norton 2000.
First edition. Octavo, original half cloth. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket.
First Edition of Grand Slam: The Secrets of Power Baseball; Signed by Baseball Hall of Famer Jim Bunning
New York: The Viking Press 1965.
First edition of this work on the secrets of the power of baseball. Octavo, original half cloth, illustrated. Signed “Best wishes Jim Bunning” on the title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Jacket design by Abner Graboff.
London: Conran Octopus Ltd 2000.
First edition. Oblong quarto, original boards. Signed by Terence Conran on the title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket.
Boston/ New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2015.
First edition. Octavo, half cloth. Signed by Alvin Roth on the title page. Fine in a fine dust jacket.
New York: St. Martins Press 2002.
First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author on the half title page, “For John Updike, with admiration- Anthony Arthur.” Fine in a fine dust jacket. Updike is featured in this volume of feuds.
London: Hamish Hamilton 1973.
First edition of Briggs’ classic story on Father Christmas. Quarto, original illustrated boards. Boldly signed by Raymond Briggs on the title page. Fine in a fine dust jacket. An exceptional example.
New York: McGraw-Hill 2000.
First edition of this collection of business articles from the New York Times. Quarto, original boards. Foreword by Paul A. Volcker. Inscribed by the author on the half title page, “To Kurt A good friend and a great journalist Floyd Norris.” Additionally signed “best wishes Paul Volcker,” at his contribution. Fine in a near fine dust jacket.
"While most reindeers' noses are brownish and tiny, poor rudoplph's was red, very large and quite shiny": First Edition of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
Montgomery Ward 1939.
First edition, first printing of this beloved Christmas tale, written exclusively for Montgomery Ward by Robert L. May, with 41 illustrations by Denver Gillen. Small quarto, original pictorial wrappers, as issued. In very good condition. A very nice example.
"The prescription of the equality of human beings is not a description of an alleged actual equality among humans: it is a prescription of how we should treat human beings": First Edition of Animal Liberation; Inscribed by Peter Singer
London: Jonathan Cape 1976.
First British edition of Singer’s landmark book. Octavo, original cloth. Lengthily signed by the author on the half-title page as follows, “All the arguments to prove man’s superiority cannot shatter this fact: In suffering the animals are equal. Peter Singer.” Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Jacket design by Mon Mohan.
New York: Quadrangle/ The New York Times Book Co. 1975.
First edition. Octavo, original half cloth. Inscribed by the author on the half title page, “To ____ ______, with best wishes- Frank Mankiewicz Mar. ’75.” Additionally inscribed by Bill Safire below, “Dear Jeff- Don’t believe everything my friend Frank says! Bill Safire.” Safire was an American author, columnist, journalist, and presidential speechwriter. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. A unique copy.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company 1981.
First edition of Galbraith’s autobiography. Octavo, original cloth. Association copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to Henry and Nancy Kissinger, “For Nancy & Henry as a guide to those K volumes yet to come! With all good wishes J.K.G. 1981.” Galbraith and Kissinger were close friends, both civil servants and Harvard University professors, who played a vital role in the development of United States foreign policies in the 1960s-70s and beyond. Galbraith, working as United States ambassador to India in the Kennedy administration and Kissinger in the Nixon administration as Secretary of State. Near fine in a very good dust jacket. An outstanding association copy linking these two giants of American history.
New York: Macmillan Publishing Company 1983.
First edition of the re-issue. Octavo, original half cloth. Warmly inscribed by the author on the half title page, who has drawn a sun and birds. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Introduction by Gil Rob Wilson.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press 1959.
First edition of Bloom’s first book. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed and dated by Harold Bloom on the half-title page. Light rubbing to the bottom cloth, near fine in a very good dust jacket with a chip to the spine crown and overall light wear. Uncommon in the original dust jacket.
“MODERN MAN HAS LOST THE OPTION OF SILENCE”: First Edition of William Burroughs' The Ticket That Exploded; Signed by Him
London: The Olympia Press 1962.
First edition, first printing. Octavo, original green wrappers. Signed by William Burroughs on the title page. In fine condition. A superior example.
First Edition of Does America Need a Foreign Policy?; Inscribed by Henry A. Kissinger to Close Friend Robert Pirie
New York: Simon & Schuster 2001.
First edition of this important work by the fifty-sixth Secretary of State. Octavo, original half cloth. Association copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title page, “To Bob Pirie from his friend Henry A. Kissinger.” The recipient was Robert Pirie, a lawyer in the field of mergers and acquisitions and later a prominent investment banker on Wall Street. Fine in a fine dust jacket.