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GREEN BRANCHES. James Stephens. GREEN BRANCHES
Dublin/London: Maunsel & Co. (1916). First edition. Three poems, "Autumn 1915," Spring 1916," and "Joy Be with Us." One of 500 numbered copies. Very fine in stiff brown wraps with only the barest of wear.

[Book #40772]       Price: $100.00
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ROBERT A. M. STERN: Buildings and Projects 1987-1992. Robert A. M. Stern, introduction, Vincent Scully. ROBERT A. M. STERN: Buildings and Projects 1987-1992.
New York: Rizzoli, (1992). First edition. INSCRIBED by the author to portrait painter Tom Edgerton, "For Tom Edgerton With my best wishes. Bob Stern 1992." And with Stern's card laid in with Edgerton's name written on it. Fine in dust jacket with minor wear to the front corners and otherwise only the slightest shelf wear.

[Book #50552]       Price: $100.00
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HARMONIUM. Wallace Stevens. HARMONIUM.
New York: Knopf, 1931. Second edition of the author's first book, but so altered as to constitute almost a new book, dropping three poems which appeared in 1923, and adding fourteen new poems. Second/third binding (602 copies): blue paper-covered boards with black cloth spine. There were also copies in green paper boards. Name on endpaper, otherwise near fine in very good to near fine dust jacket which is tanned on edges and at spine and just starting to split at top of front spine fold. Still, nice and bright.

[Book #50233]       Price: $500.00
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MATTINO DOMENICALE: Ed Altre Poesie. Wallace Stevens. MATTINO DOMENICALE: Ed Altre Poesie.
(Torino): Giulio Einaudi Editori, (1954). First edition. Only 3000 copies printed. English and Italian texts on opposing pages. This poetry collection includes the first appearance of "The River of Rivers in Connecticut" and 17 pages of previously unpublished notes on his poetry. Stevens was a reluctant commentator on his own work, and these notes are believed to be the only comments he ever made in print on his poetry. [Edelstein A21.] Short, inconspicuous tear to fore edge front cover, otherwise bright and nearly fine in paperwraps. Lacking the plain glassine dust jacket.

[Book #48885]       Price: $350.00
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TRANSPORT TO SUMMER. Wallace Stevens. TRANSPORT TO SUMMER.
New York: Knopf, 1947. First edition. A little darkening at inner hinge which is normal with this book, top front corners gently bumped, and cloth spine edges a little rubbed, otherwise near fine in a nice, near fine dust jacket with spine and flap folds a little sunned.

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COLLECTED POEMS. Robert Louis Stevenson. COLLECTED POEMS.
London: Rupert Hart Davis, 1950. First edition. Edited and with an introduction and notes by Janet Adam Smith. Near fine in dark blue cloth with silver lettering; in lightly foxed dust jacket with a tiny chip and few small tears, otherwise near fine.

[Book #54420]       Price: $150.00
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NAMES ON THE LAND: A Historical Account of Place-Naming in the United States. George R. Stewart. NAMES ON THE LAND: A Historical Account of Place-Naming in the United States.
New York: Random House, (1945). First edition. "Every American should find fascination in the discovery of the strange circumstances by which names long familiar came into being"--from the jacket flap. Fine in a bright, very good dust jacket with rubbing and skinning on spine ends and touch of other very minor wear on spine.

[Book #54478]       Price: $75.00
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THE LAST ENCHANTMENT. Mary Stewart. THE LAST ENCHANTMENT.
New York: William Morrow and Company Inc. 1979. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with very light edge wear. Review copy with review slip and publisher's promtional letter laid in.

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HELLO, DOLLY! Michael Stewart, , Jerry Herman Thornton Wilder. HELLO, DOLLY!
(New York): DBS Publications, Inc. [1968]. First edition. Based on "The Matchmaker" by Thornton Wilder (misspelled "Thorton" in the book and on the jacket). Libretto by Stewart and lyrics by Herman. Illustrated with photographs from various stage productions starring Carol Channing, Pearl Bailey, Mary Martin, Betty Grable, Ginger Rogers and Martha Raye. Fine copy in fine dust jacket with barest wear. Copyrighted 1964 as an unpublished work but Pearl Bailey's stint as Dolly wasn't until 1967 and OCLC records the date as 1968. A scarce book. ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE STAGE PRODUCTION.

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AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED. Alfred Stieglitz. AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED.
[New York]: An American Place, July 3, 1943. Handwritten note, presumably written in response to a question put to Stieglitz at his gallery: "I have no favorite American author. There are some that hold me equally. Each in his own particular way"; above which Stieglitz has written "An American Place / July 3--43," then "You desire this: / Alfred Stieglitz." An American Place was Stieglitz's third and final gallery, which he ran from 1929 until his death in 1946. The note is on a thin sheet of 8 1/2 x 11-inch paper. Flattened creasing where folded and some wear wear to edges, still very good. Together with "Alfred Stieglitz and An American Place, 1929-1946," a catalog of an exhibition held at the Zabriskie Gallery, New York, May 2-June 3, 1978 with text by Doris Bry. Illustrated with photographs by Stieglitz, Ansel Adams and Paul Strand. Near fine in printed, stapled paperwraps. "I HAVE NO FAVORITE AMERICAN AUTHOR"

[Book #53255]       Price: $600.00
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THE RUNNER STUMBLES: A Play in Two Acts. Milan Stitt. THE RUNNER STUMBLES: A Play in Two Acts.
Clifton, NJ: James T. White & Co. (1974). First edition of his first published play. Includes "Night Rainbows," an afterword. The play is based on a true incident early in the last century, about a priest accused of killing a nun, and was the basis for the film of the same name featuring Dick Van Dyke, Kathleen Quinlan and Maureen Stapleton. A powerful drama. Eight strong reviews on the back panel, including Clive Barnes and Brendan Gill. Fine in white dust jacket with the barest wear. Published simultaneously in hardback and paperwraps, which usually means a very small hardback printing.

[Book #40895]       Price: $150.00
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A BICYCLE OF CATHAY. Frank R. Stockton. A BICYCLE OF CATHAY.
Orson Lowell. New York and London: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1900. First edition. Nice pictorial front cover. Spine a little darkened and corners and spine ends a bit worn, but still a tight, very good copy.

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APG 219.0 (2007). Bram Stoker. APG 219.0 (2007) Author Price Guide. (Dickerson: Quill & Brush, 2004). Includes a facsimile of the author's signature; a brief biographical sketch; a list of the author's first editions (American and British) current to the date of publication of the guide, with entries for limited and trade editions; number of copies (if available); how to identify the first edition; and estimated values with and without the dustwrapper (if applicable). Issued as a PDF file. Click HERE for a complete list of our individual Author Price Guides or for information about ordering the complete set on CD.
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THE SNAKE'S PASS. Bram Stoker. THE SNAKE'S PASS.
London: Sampson Low, Marston, et al, 1891. First edition of STOKER'S FIRST NOVEL. An early copy, INSCRIBED JUST TWO DAYS AFTER PUBLICATION to "J. L. Toole / from his affectionate friend / Bram Stoker / 20.11.90." (The copyright date is 1891 but the actual date of publication was November 18, 1890.) English comic actor John Lawrence Toole was a friend of Stoker's and of Henry Irving's. It may seem unlikely now but during his lifetime Stoker was better known as Irving's personal assistant and as the business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned. A testament to the friendship of the men can be found in the dedication to the first volume of Stoker's 1906 biography of Irving, PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF HENRY IRVING, which reads "To the Memory of John Lawrence Toole Loving Comrade and True Friend of Henry Irving." SNAKE'S PASS is the only novel written by Stoker to be set in his native Ireland and is considered a clear precusor to his later works of horror, such as DRACULA. The story traces the troubled romance of traveler Arthur Severn and local peasant girl, Norah Joyce, against the backdrop of the re-telling of the legend of Saint Patrick's defeat of the King of the Snakes in Ireland. Spine faded, endpapers professionally mended at hinges and professional touch up to minor cover, altogether a very good copy which is free from foxing. Housed in a red-cloth clamshell box with gilt-lettered leather spine label. INSCRIBED TO A FRIEND JUST TWO DAYS AFTER PUBLICATION.

[Book #53758]       Price: $7,500.00
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LOW END OF NOWHERE: A Streeter Mystery. Michael Stone. LOW END OF NOWHERE: A Streeter Mystery.
(New York): Viking, (1996). First edition of the author's first novel. SIGNED by Stone on the title page. Blurbs by Robert Parker, Cussler, Healy, Connelly, Satterthwait and Gores. Fine in dust jacket.

[Book #40128]       Price: $60.00
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APG 061.4 (2004). Robert Stone. APG 061.4 (2004) Author Price Guide. (Dickerson: Quill & Brush, 2004). Includes a facsimile of the author's signature; a brief biographical sketch; a list of the author's first editions (American and British) current to the date of publication of the guide, with entries for limited and trade editions; number of copies (if available); how to identify the first edition; and estimated values with and without the dustwrapper (if applicable). Issued as a PDF file. Click HERE for a complete list of our individual Author Price Guides or for information about ordering the complete set on CD.
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DOG SOLDIERS. Robert Stone. DOG SOLDIERS.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974. First edition. Uncorrected proof of his second book. Second issue in orange-brown printed wraps with editor's letter on front cover (first issue had a copy of the title page on front cover). Fine.

[Book #24928]       Price: $250.00
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DOG SOLDIERS. Robert Stone. DOG SOLDIERS.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974. First edition of his second book. Edges faintly faded, otherwise fine in bright dust jacket.

[Book #28058]       Price: $150.00
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DOG SOLDIERS. Robert Stone. DOG SOLDIERS.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974. First edition. Second book. Small faint spot on front cover, otherwsie fine in diust jacket with only minor wear.

[Book #53627]       Price: $60.00
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A HALL OF MIRRORS. Robert Stone. A HALL OF MIRRORS.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967. First edition of the author's first book. Winner of the William Faulkner Award for best first novel of the year as well as a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award. Also, the basis of a 1970 film WUSA, starring Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward. Small name on pastedown (under the dust jacket flap) and the barest edgewear and rubbing on corners, otherwise fine in dust jacket with small chips on corners and spine ends and white spine slightly soiled.

[Book #33903]       Price: $200.00
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WEEK END. Phil Stong. WEEK END.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co. (1935). First edition by the author of "State Fair." A little aged but still fine; in very good dust jacket with minor chipping on edges. Scarce in dust jacket.

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PARADE'S END. Tom Stoppard, , Ford Madox Ford. PARADE'S END
(London): Faber & Faber, (2012). First edition. A televison drama based on Ford's novel. Fine to new in like dust jacket with Harchard's wrap-around band stating "SIGNED copy."

[Book #54485]       Price: $125.00
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LORD MALQUIST & MR. MOON. Tom Stoppard. LORD MALQUIST & MR. MOON.
New York: Knopf, 1968. First U.S. edition of his first book. Fine in lightly soiled dust jacket with one small closed tear on rear panel.

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ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD A Play. Tom Stoppard. ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD A Play.
New York: Grove Press, (1967). First U.S. edition, printed simultaneously with the hardback edition. Winner of the 1968 Tony Award and the New York Drama Critic's Circle Award. Fine in pictorial paperwraps with only the barest wear on corners.

[Book #35806]       Price: $75.00
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"THAT MAN" IN THE WHITE HOUSE You and Your President. Rex Stout, by Frank Kingdon. "THAT MAN" IN THE WHITE HOUSE You and Your President.
New York: Arco Publishing Company, (1944). First edition. Includes a message by Rex Stout. Near fine with small name on front endpaper and page edges lightly soiled; in an almost very good dust jacket with rubbing, soiling, shallow chipping and a few short closed tears.

[Book #29128]       Price: $50.00
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