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Forestville: Eclipse Books, 1987. Foreword by Jimmy Stewart. Profusely illustrated in black and white. 100 pages, slim oblong 4to, brown cloth. Forestville: Eclipse Books, (1987). Limited Edition. Near fine. Signed in full on a big, colorful limitation sticker (No. 261 of 400) which is pasted neatly inside the front cover.
Dallas: Pressworks, 1980. Tipped-in frontispiece plus one other black-and-white illustration. 52 pages, slim 8vo, green cloth (spine gently faded; otherwise fine). Dallas: Pressworks, (1980). Very good condition. Limited first edition, No. 84 of 350. Signed in full by both Elkin and illustrator Jane E. Hughes on the limitation page.
1984. Limited Edition lithograph entitled "New Dawn," No. 279 of 1000, 11 x 8.5 inches, signed in ink along the bottom. Created by the artist in 1984 for the World Federation of United Nations Association (a fundraising branch of the UN) in celebration of "1984 FAO WORLD FOOD DAY." This lithograph is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the World Federation of United Nations Charities, March 1, 1984. Fine condition. Kingman was a Chinese-American artist at the forefront of.....
New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1930. Illustrated in black and white. 300 pages, 8vo, vellum-backed cream colored boards with a gilt-lettered spine (previous owner's bookplate inside the front cover). New York: Frederick A. Stokes 1930. Limited Collectors' edition; No. 281 of 300. Near fine. Boldly signed in full on the limitation page by Madigan. Also included is a five-line autographed letter signed by Herbert Spencer (1820-1903), an English philosopher, sociologist, and political theorist. This one-page letter, written on blind-stamped "Athenaeum.....
Los Angeles: Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1977. 48 pages, slim 12mo, two-toned boards with a paper label on the front cover. Los Angeles: Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1977. Limited first edition; No. 576 of 750 copies. Near fine. Inscribed in pencil on the front free endpaper: "Schiller: Hope you have many laffs in the future, Steve M."
London: Heinemann, 1933. 50 pages, uncut edges, top edge gilt, slim 8vo, gilt-lettered blue cloth, board slipcase (edge-worn). London: William Heinemann, 1933. Limited edition. A near fine copy in a very good board slipcase. No. 249 of 275 copies; signed in full by the author on the limitation page.
New York: Horizon Press, 1965. Profusely illustrated with excellent black-and-white photographs by Max Waldman, showing Mostel in character; some other drawings by Mostel along with personal words. Unpaginated 4to, black cloth (spine is quite fadded). New York: Horizon Press, (1965). Very good. "To Burton & Lynn or Lynn & Burton. Whoever has seniority I respect, admire, love and am happy you finally sprung and invited us to your home. With my love, Zero Mostel - 1971"
New York: Macmillan, 1923. 191 pages, tall 8vo, decorative brown boards with a tan cloth spine (spine darkened; dampstain on back cover does not affect the interior), top edge gilt, uncut pages. New York: MacMillan, 1923. Limited edition; No. 332 of 750 copies. Very good(-) condition. Signed "E.A. Robinson" on the limitation page.
New York: Viking, 1937. 1,056 pages, top edge gilt, 8vo, full vellum with a decorative gilt-stamped logo (spine gently darkened), slipcase (worn). New York: The Viking Press, 1937. Limited edition; No. 742 of 1,500 copies. A very good(+) copy with a flawless interior and a very good(-) slipcase. Signed in full by Woollcott on the limitation page.