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Doomsday Book (Connie Willis), 1st Edition or BCE? by paratize
Hello Folks - Yes, I did do a search on this newgroup for any discussions related to this book, and I found one that mentions that the 1st Edition has a price listed in the book, whereas the book club edition does not. And if I go just by that, then I can say my copy is a BCE. HOWEVER, two people...
May 15th 11 12:48 PM
by J[_2_] Go to last post
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John D. MacDonald, Slam the Big Door by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
For $0.69 (plus tax) I just picked up the true first of John D. MacDonald's Slam the Big Door, Fawcett Gold Medal paperback, First Printing January 1960 stated. The book is in at least very good condition, with two slight wrinkles in the back cover and no marks anywhere. Binding is tight and...
May 13th 11 12:49 AM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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some finds by Jean B.
Francis A. Miniter wrote: On 5/8/2011 17:55 PM, HardyBoys.us wrote: "Francis A. wrote in message ... There are some beds that have bookshelves built into the headboards. Another possibility is taller bookcases...
May 11th 11 03:52 PM
by Jean B. Go to last post
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An Excellent Evening by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
It was the end of the second day of the Farmington Public Library sale in Connecticut, but still I came out with: Anais Nin, The Hunger (limited 1st ed 1945) Thomas Hardy, The Well-Beloved (1st ed. Osgood McIlvaine 1897) Colin Dexter, Death is now my Neighbor (1st American Ed. Crown -...
April 25th 11 09:24 PM
by Jean B. Go to last post
3 1,123
Help with identification of a book. T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets. by RobT0
Having a clear out and I have discovered a copy of The Four Quartets as a single volume. No dust jacket and the spine is crushed. The spine has, in faded gold capitals, the book title and the word Faber. (The publisher.) On the inside someone has hand written in ink a name and address and a date...
April 23rd 11 10:32 PM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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A Book Collector's Book Collecting Book by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
Acquired today, The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature (600 - 1900). While it does not provide the level of detail that the Bibliography of American Literature provides, (for instance, it notes four editions of Waverly in Edinburgh in 1814, but fails to distinguish which is which)...
April 17th 11 01:11 AM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
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Begin book collecting as lifetime hobby by Anthony Kwan
Hi folks, Are you thinking of starting a new hobby? Do you like to read books? How does book collecting sound to you? The information in this book is useful to anyone wanting to start book collecting as a hobby. It has been written for beginners, those who have never looked into book collecting....
March 27th 11 09:18 PM
by HardyBoys.us[_7_] Go to last post
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Handwriting expert by Emma ..
Dianne is a Forensic Document Examiner, Signature Forgery Expert, Handwriting Analyst. a skilled authority in Handwriting analysis has completed over 120 Cases. http://www.handwritingexperttennessee.com
March 24th 11 09:47 AM
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Help on Leslie Charteris book by Don Phillipson[_2_]
"J" wrote in message ... Apparently one of the Leslie Charteris collections of Saint stories, first published by Doubleday, was originally set in the U.S. and featured Inspector Fernack as Simon's...
March 20th 11 09:32 PM
by J[_2_] Go to last post
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17th Century German Bible by debbie slusser
I have a German Bible from the 17th Century and wanted to find out the value. Could someone please advise me as how to do so? It is hardbound with a couple pictures and in fairly good shape! Thanks!
March 3rd 11 11:43 PM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
2 1,710
Bad collecting news: NYC by J[_2_]
I did a google search earlier to see when the book fair was going to be at the Armory on Lexington Avenue. I couldn't recall if it was January or February, though I remember it being bitter cold last year. I found this message on the organizer's website: Books at the 25th Street Armory 69th...
February 2nd 11 03:57 AM
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Memorial edition of Dune by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
Just found for $1.50 !!! - Frank Herbert, Dune (Memorial Edition from Easton Press 1987). Bound in red leather, gilt all edges. Condition fine minus, with some gilt on cover faded. Illustrated by John Schoenherr, unmarked. I am as pleased as punch. -- Francis A. Miniter In dem Lande der...
January 20th 11 12:33 AM
by J[_2_] Go to last post
1 1,159
Grove Press 1st of Juliette by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
I found at Savers, a used goods store, this evening on the way home, a first printing (1968) of the Grove Press edition of the Marquis de Sade's *Juliette* , 1205 pages, with dust jacket (with only minor defects) and light foxing to the top edges (otherwise fine) and the first complete...
January 14th 11 04:30 AM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
7 1,321
The Blessing Way points by BrianMcM
Does anyone know what all of the first edition points are for Tony Hillerman's The Blessing Way, or where to find such information? Does the number series in back have to start or end with the number 1 (or both?) Does the dust jacket price at $4.50 or $4.95? Thanks. Brian
January 5th 11 06:35 PM
by cienfuegos Go to last post
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Acquittal, by Greame and Sarah Lorimer by David Downing[_2_]
I have been asked to read and comment on the book Acquittal, by Greame and Sarah Lorimer, and I'd like to find out something about it before doing so. I found an entry an Amazon, but there was nothing in the way of description. I tried Googling it, and didn't have much better luck. Can anone tell...
January 2nd 11 08:54 PM
by Don Phillipson[_2_] Go to last post
1 1,339
looking for help identifying a BCE-"Life with Picasso" Gilot and Lake 1966? by nyres
"Life of Picasso" Hardcover. The Jacket on my copy is clipped with the "A book of the month club selection" just to the left of the clip on the top of the front flap. half those selling this title are calling their copy BCE and half aren't. At the bottom of the rear board instead of a...
January 1st 11 07:01 PM
by Francis A. Miniter[_2_] Go to last post
1 1,091
Found Lying On Its Side on a Bookcase at Home by Francis A. Miniter[_2_]
I have no idea where the book came from. It might have been my mother's and I may have simply overlooked it until now, 15 years after her death, but then again, I keep discovering books she collected. This one was on a bookcase of cheap detective novels. The spine identifies it as "Keystone...
December 29th 10 02:54 AM
by Jean B. Go to last post
1 1,129
Looking for book - please help. by Godspeed
I have searched high and low for this book and can't seem to find it anywhere. Any help is greatly appreciated. The book: I think the title of the book is something like "Stranger Than Fiction". If I remember correctly it was a hardcover book. It was primarily red, with some yellow & black and...
December 22nd 10 09:11 AM
by Sparrowhawk Go to last post
1 1,083
Sale at Argosy Books, NYC by J[_2_]
I happened to be in the neighborhood of Argosy Books this evening (E. 59th Street, Manhattan), and stuck my head in. I don't know how long the sale is going on, but all books in the basement are 50% off. That's all the fiction, the theatre stuff, etc. It could be worth your while to pay them a...
December 21st 10 03:16 AM
by J[_2_] Go to last post
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FS: Christmas sale at Books at Star Dot Star with delivery in the UK in time for Christmas by Bruce Tober
Christmas sale at Books at Star Dot Star Starting 15 December, 2010 Books at Star Dot Star began its Christmas Sale. What this sale entails is for you to go to - http://www.star-dot-star.net/ and spend 15.00 with us and you'll be able to save money on all additional items purchased at the...
December 16th 10 02:04 PM
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