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Comics and Graphic Novels

  • Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Official Collector’s Edition. Published by Paradise Press and Lucasfilm Limited, 1983. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Mirage Mirrors.” DC Comics No 211, May 1974. $6

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Shrinking Formula.” DC Comics No 210, Mar 1974. $4

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Attack of the Sky Demons.” DC Comics No 209, Jan 1974. $4

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Jury of Death.” DC Comics No 207, Sep 1973 $3.50

  • —- Diana Prince: Wonder Woman, “The Grandee Caper.” Special Women’s Lib issue. DC Comics No 203, Dec 1972. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Fangs of Fire.” DC Comics No 202, Oct 1972. $5

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Fist of Flame.” DC Comics No 201, Aug 1972. $4.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Beauty Hater.” DC Comics No 200, Jun 1972. $25

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Tribunal of Fear.” DC Comics No 199, Apr 1972. $6

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Sinister Dr. Cyber.” DC Comics No 197, Dec 1971. Special Issue. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Target for Today.” DC Comics No 196, Oct 1971. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Mystery of the House That Wasn’t.” DC Comics No 195, Aug 1971. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Prisoner.” DC Comics No 194, Jun 1971. $6

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Angela.” DC Comics No 193, Apr 1971. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Assault on Castle Skull.” DC Comics No 192, Feb 1971. $6

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Detour.” DC Comics No 190, Oct 1970. $3.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Red for Death.” DC Comics No 189, Aug 1970. $7.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Cyber’s Revenge.” DC Comics No 188, Jun 1970. $7.50

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Earth-Quaker.” DC Comics No 187, Apr 1970. $4

  • —- Wonder Woman, “Meet Morgan the Witch.” DC Comics No 186, Feb 1970. $5

  • —- (The Incredible I-Ching and the New) Wonder Woman, “It’s Them!” DC Comics No 185, Dec 1969. $7.50

  • —- (The Incredible I-Ching and the New) Wonder Woman, “The Last Battle.” DC Comic No 184, Oct 1969. $7.50

  • —- (The Incredible I-Ching and the New) Wonder Woman, “Return to Paradise Island.” DC Comic No 183, Aug 1969. $5

  • —- (The Incredible I-Ching and the New) Wonder Woman, “Look Up and Die!” DC Comic No 182, Jun 1969. $5

  • —- Wonder Woman co-starring Super Girl. DC Comics No 177, Aug 1968. $10

  • —- Wonder Woman, “The Fury of Egg Fu!” DC Comics No 158, Nov 1965. $5

  • —- Power-Man and Iron Fist, guest-starring the Uncanny X-Men, “In The Hands of the Living Monolith.” Marvel Comics Group No 57, 1979. $5

  • —- Phoenix: The Untold Story. Marvel, Apr 1984. $4

  • —- Marvel Two-In-One Presents Thing and Dr. Strange, “Death Be thy Destiny!” Marvel Comics Group No 6, Nov 1974. $3

  • —- Generation X Marvel. No 1, 1994. $2.50

  • —- Doctor Strange, “The Second Doom!” Marvel Comics Group No 161, Oct 1967. $3

  • —- Doctor Strange, “The Power and the Pendulum!” Marvel Comics Group No 174. $5

  • —- Doctor Strange, “The Power and the Pendulum!” Marvel Comics Group No 174. $4.50

  • —- Marvel Premiere featuring Doctor Strange, “Master of the Mystic Arts.” Marvel Premiere No 10, 1972. $5

  • —- Marvel Premiere featuring Doctor Strange, “The Spawn of Sligguth!” Marvel Premiere No 4. $3

  • —- Doctor Strange: Master of the Mystic Arts. Doctor Strange No 6, Feb 1974. $3

  • —- Doctor Strange, “When Strikes the Silver Dagger!” Doctor Strange No 5. $3

  • —- Doctor Strange, “Dr. Strange Meets… Death!” Doctor Strange No 4. $3

  • —- Doctor Strange, “The Dread Dormammu!” Doctor Strange No 3. $3

  • —- Doctor Strange, “Dr. Strange vs. the Dynamic Defenders.” Doctor Strange No 2. $3.50

  • —- The Cat, “Amazing Origin Issue!” Issue No 1. $5

  • —- Avangelyn: Deadly Sins. Glossy edition. $4

  • —- The Atom, “Combat Under Glass!” Atom No 21. DC Comics, Nov 1965. $25

  • —- The Amazing Spider-Man, “On the Waterfront.” Marvel. $5

  • —- Mole. First issue. Includes a comic strip by R. Crumb. $5

  • —- Star Trek Gold Key Comic. Issue #22, 1974. $10

  • —- Star Trek Gold Key Comic. Issue #9, 1971. $10

  • Bechdel, Alison. Dykes to Watch Out For. 1986, first edition. $20

  • Bechdel, Alison. More Dykes to Watch Out For. 1988, first edition. $10

  • Bodē, Vaughn. Cobalt-60. Donning, 1984. $15

  • Breathed, Berke. Bloom County Babylon: Five Years of Basic Naughtiness. Hardcover in DJ. Washington Post, 1986. Signed by Breathed. $25

  • Breathed, Berke. The Academia Waltz. Sterling Swift Pub. Co., 1979. Paperback. The first collection of comics published by Breathed: the world’s introduction to Saigon John [Cutter John] and Steve Dallas. (in Locked Case) $125

  • Bujold, Evan (Attaboy) Late Earth #000. Signed by Bujold on back cover. $7.50

  • Englehart, Steve and Frank Brunner. Dr. Strange, “It Lurks Within the Crystal Ball!” First issue, June 1974. $10

  • Ennis, Garth and Darick Robertson. The Punisher: Born. Hardcover, in DJ. Full number line. Collecting Born #1–4 Marvel Comics, 2007. $30

  • Ennis, Garth, Lewis Larosa and Leandro Fernandez. The Punisher, Vol 1. Hardcover, in DJ. Full number line. Collecting Punisher #1–12. Marvel Comics MAX. $40

  • Ennis, Garth, Dougie Braithwaite and Leandro Fernandez. The Punisher, Vol 2. Hardcover, in DJ. Full number line. Collecting Punisher #13–24. Marvel Comics MAX. $40

  • Ennis, Garth, Leandro Fernandez and Goran Parlov. The Punisher, Vol 3. Hardcover, in DJ. Full number line. Collecting Punisher #25–36. Marvel Comics MAX. $40

  • Ennis, Garth, Leandro Fernandez and Lan Medina. The Punisher, Vol 4. Hardcover, in DJ. Full number line. Collecting Punisher #37–49. Marvel Comics MAX. $100

  • Gaiman, Neil. The Absolute Sandman, Volume One. In slipcase. DC Comics 2006. $30

  • Galacci, Steve. Albedo Anthropomorphic Action #0: Proto Type Issue. Thought & Images: Summer 1983. $10

  • Goldberg, Rube. Bobo Baxter. A complete compilation of Godlberg’s forgotten comic, Bobo Baxter. $12.50

  • Goodwin, Archie and Al Williamson. Star Wars: Official Comics Adaptation of Return of the Jedi. Marvel Super Special vol 1, no 27. $3.50

  • Gorey, Edward. The Unstrung Harp, or Mr Earbrass Writes a Novel. DJ. Second printing. 1953. First book both written and illustrated by Gorey, and perhaps his most autobiographical work. Self-portrait on the jacket. Touches on jealousy, tea-time, boredom, loofahs, writers block, and turnips… not necessarily in that order. $15

  • Herriman, Geo. Krazy & Ignatz: A Wild Warmth of Chromatic Gravy. 2005. $10

  • Hines, Adam. Duncan the Wonder Dog: Show One. Second printing, 2010. $10

  • Jantze, Michael. The Norm. 5 loose issues, not signed, keys number one through four plus a special issue (House, Office, Hotel, Heart, Special Issue: Night of the Wookiee) $10 (for bundle of five)

  • Jantze, Michael. The Norm. Box Set of four issues (Ring Collection). Signed by Jantze. $20 (for four issues)

  • Jantze, Michael. The Norm. Box Set of four issues (Cube Collection). Signed by Jantze. $20 (for four issues)

  • Jantze, Michael. The Norm. Box Set of four issues (Ball Collection). Signed by Jantze. $20 (for four issues)

  • Kanigher, Robert, with Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. Wonder Woman: I Married A Monster. DC Comics No. 155, July 1955. (in Locked Case) $50

  • Lapham, David. Stray Bullets Volume One: Innocence of Nihilism. Image Comics. Signed by Lapham with a small drawing. $35

  • Larson, Gary. The Complete Far Side. 2003, two volumes in slipcase. $40 (for two volumes)

  • Lee, Stan and Gerry Conway. Chamber of Chills, “A Dragon Stalks by Night!” Chamber of Chills No 1, Nov 1972. $10

  • Lee, Stan and Jack Kirby. Strange Tales: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D Strange Tales No 144, May 1966. Vista Publications. Marks first appearance of S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Jasper Sitwell. $5

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange and Nick Fury, “The Sands of Death.” Strange Tales No 158, Jul 1967. $5

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange and Nick Fury, “From the Never-World Comes Nebulos!” Strange Tales No 162, Nov 1967. $5

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange and Nick Fury, “Exile!” Strange Tales No 168, May 1968. $5

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange, “Now Unto Us Is Born the Magician!” Doctor Strange No 169, Jun 1968. Origin story of Doctor Strange. $5

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange, Nightmare, the Monarch of Magical Menace, Returns!” Doctor Strange No 170, Jul 1968. $4

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange (In the Shadow of… Death!) Doctor Strange No 171, Aug 1968. $4

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange, “I Dormammu!” Doctor Strange No 172, Sep 1968. $4

  • Lee, Stan, ed. Doctor Strange (While a World Awaits!) Doctor Strange No 173, Oct 1968. $4

  • Lee, Stan. The Essential Daredevil, The Man Without Fear! Daredevil issues 1 through 25 bound in one volume. Second edition, first printing. Marvel Comics, 2005. $10

  • Lee, Stan. Epic Illustrated, premiere issue. First issue. Marvel, Spring 1980. $5

  • Loebs, William Messner and Mike Deodato. Wonder Woman, “The Contest.” DC Comics 1995. $10

  • Marschall, Richard, ed. The Best of Little Nemo in Slumberland. Oversize hardcover in DJ. 1997. $25

  • Marz, Ron and Lee Moder. Shinku #1. Image Comics 2011. Signed by Moder. $3

  • Marz, Ron and Lee Moder. Shinku #2 (Throne of Blood). Image Comics 2011. Signed by Moder. $3

  • Moore, Alan and Chris Sprouse. Tom Strong Book Two: Deluxe Edition. Hardcover with DJ. America’s Best Comics, 2003. $20

  • Moore, Alan and Dave Gibbons. Absolute Watchmen. Hardcover in DJ. In slipcase. 2011. $30

  • O’Neill, “Snuffy”. Grindin’ Em Through (Salute to the Army Nurse). Scarce. 1945. $25

  • Pucciarelli, M. Mantis: La Regina delle Api. The first issue of this campy Italian photostory, published Dec 1966. $10

  • Sensation Comics.  No. 109, May-June, 1952. Last issue. (in Locked Case) $50

  • Shirow, Masamune. Intron Depot 3: Ballistics. Dark Horse Comics, 2002. $15

  • Simone, Gale. Birds of Prey: The Battle Within. DC Comics, 2005. $10

  • Simone, Gale. Birds of Prey: Of Like Minds. DC Comics, 2004. $10

  • Spiegelman, Art. The Complete Maus. Hardcover. Twenty-fifth anniversary edition, 2011. $10

  • Swezey, Stuart and Brian King. AMOK Fourth Dispatch: Sourcebook of the Extremes of Information in Print. PB. 1990. $12.50

  • Tezuka, Osamu. Apollo’s Song. Translation by Camellia Nieh. 2007. $10

  • Ungerer, Tomi. The Underground Sketchbook of Tomi Ungerer. DJ. Bodley Head, 1964. $25

  • VanHook, Kevin and Don Perlin. Bloodshot No 1. Valiant, 1993. Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. The very first chromium cover. $2.50

  • Vaughn, Brian K. et al. Buffy the Vampire Slayer 8-6 No Future for You, Part 1. $3

  • Waid, Mark and Alex Ross. Kingdom Come. Hardcover. DC Comics, 1997. $10

  • Warren, Adam. Dirty Pair: Fatal But Not Serious. 1996. $5

  • Welz, Larry. Cherry Poptart #1. First printing, 1982 (in Erotica and Sex) $40

  • Welz, Larry. Cherry Poptart #2. First printing, 1982 (in Erotica and Sex) $10

  • Whedon, Joss, et al. Buffy the Vampire Slayer 8-1 The Long Way Home, Part 1. The first issue of the Buffy comic. $5

  • Wilshire, Patrick and Jeannie Wilshire. IlluXConcepts. Accompanied the first IlluXCon show of science fiction and fantasy artwork in 2008. Numbered limited edition (41/100) $20

Cornelliana

  • —- Library Tower and Sage Chapel. Copper engraving plate bearing image of the McGraw Library tower and the roof of Sage Chapel. In black-painted wooden box. $15

  • —- Insight: A Student Guide to Cornell Courses Fall 1963. $5

  • Bishop, Morris. A History of Cornell. 1962 [first edition?] with DJ. Signed by Bishop. $30

  • Ostman, Ronald E. Cornell Then & Now: Historic and Contemporary Views of Cornell University. Photographs by Harry Littell. The book features nearly 200 beautifully printed duotone photographs comparing views from Cornell’s past with identical scenes from the present day. Introduction by Cornell President Frank Rhodes. Signed by Rhodes. 2003. $20

CORNELLIAN YEARBOOKS

  • 1928 Alumni of note: Pulitzer-winning playwright Sidney Kingsley (B.A.) $25

  • 1929 $15

  • 1931 Alumni of note: Physicist Albert Rose; Perkin Medal–winning chemist Eugene Rochow; biophysicist and virologist Robley Williams (not pictured); Murray Bennet (not pictured: his play, Everybody Comes to Rick’s, was adapted to become the film Casablanca); golf-course designer Robert Trent Jones (not pictured) $90

  • 1933 Alumni of note: WI Representative Henry Schoellkopf Reuss; Ted Berkman, screenwriter of Bedtime for Bonzo $10

  • 1934 Alumni of note: Oscar G. Mayer, chairman of Oscar Mayer; Allen Funt, creator of Candid Camera (not pictured); Olympic gold medalist Robert J. Kane $30

  • 1937 $20

  • 1938 $20

  • 1939 Alumni of note: Jerome Holland, first black member of the New York State Stock Exchange, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, chairman of the American Red Cross (not pictured) $35

  • 1944 Alumni of note: Physicist Ernest Sternglass $20

  • 1951 Alumni of note: MacArthur Fellow Harold Bloom; Clifford Irving, author of the Howard Hughes autobiography hoax; economist Gregory Chow (not pictured) $25

  • 1952 Alumni of note: United States Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (Enforcement, Operations, and Tariff Affairs), Under Secretary of the Navy, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative David R. Macdonald; Al Bernardin, creator of the McDonald’s Quarter Pounder; physicist Frank Drake $20

  • 1954 Alumni of note: Nobel Laureate, Physics, Sheldon Glashow (not pictured); Nobel Laureate, Physics, Steven Weinberg; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg $35

  • 1957 Alumni of note: MN Representative Phyllis Kahn (not pictured); MacArthur Fellow Helen T. Edwards, recipient of the USPAS Prize for Achievement in Accelerator Physics and Technology and the E.O. Lawrence Award (not pictured); author Joanna Russ; Pulitzer-winning composer Steve Reich (not pictured); Pritzker-winning architect Richard Meier $15

  • 1958 Alumni of note: Computer graphics pioneer Donald Greenberg (not pictured); Philosopher Thomas Nagel (not pictured); MacArthur Fellow Jennifer Tipton; Olympic gold medalist and NFL player Bo Roberson (not pictured) $15

  • 1959 Alumni of note: Chairman of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, former assistant for economic policy to President George W. Bush and director of the United States National Economic Council, and chairman of The Goldman Sachs Group Stephen Friedman; author Thomas Pynchon (not pictured); Folksinger Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary (not pictured); Oscar-winning screenwriter David Seidler (not pictured) $15

  • 1960 Alumni of note: Attorney General Janet Reno $100

  • 1967 Alumni of note: National Security Advisor Sandy Berger $10

  • 1970 Alumni of note: NY Congressman Thomas Joseph Downey $15

  • 1983 Alumni of note: President and COO of Nintendo America Reggie Fils-Aimé; chief economist for U.S. Department of Labor Alan Krueger; NHL player Darren Eliot $20

  • 1988 Alumni of note: Founder of Hudson’s Bay Company Richard Baker; author Matt Ruff; NFL player Lee Reherman; three-time Stanley Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist Joe Nieuwendyk $50

Crafts and Fiber Arts

  • —- Harper’s Bazar Vol. 12, no. 14-52. April 5, 1879 through Vol. 13, no. 1-13, March 27, 1880, bound together. Very good condition: bright and clear. $50

  • —- Godey’s Lady’s Book January to June 1862, bound together. $50

  • —- Peterson’s Magazine January to December, 1875, bound together. $17.50
    Beardsley, John et al. The Quilts of Gee’s Bend. DJ. Beautifully illustrated. 2002. $27.50

  • Bruhn, Wolfgang and Max Tilke. Das Kostümwerk. Oversize. 200 illustrated plates, 120 of them in four colors. 1941. Contains Nazi stamp. $15

  • Lincoln, Maryanne. Comprehensive Dyeing Guide. PB. 2005. $20

  • Nobecourt, Marie-Catherine and Jeanine Potin. Bayeaux Lace: Yesterday’s Lace for Today. 1990. Complete with 17 lace patterns. $35

  • Vogelsang-Eastwood, Gillian. Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion: Vol 5, Central and Southwest Asia. 2010. $15

Drama

  • Baillie, Joanna. Miscellaneous Plays. Second edition, 1805. $40

  • Genlis, Stéphanie Félicité, Countess De. Theatre of Education. Four volumes. 1783. $60 (for four volumes)

  • Hinman, Charles, ed. The Norton Facsimile of the First Folio of Shakespeare. Stated first in slipcase. 1968. $30

  • James, Vanessa. Shakespeare’s Geneologies. Accordion book with family trees for all 42 works. Unfolds to over 17 feet. $10

  • Shakespeare, William. A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Beautiful inset plates. 1908. $40

  • Stoppard, Tom. The Coast of Utopia. Three volume set in slipcase (Voyage, Shipwreck, Salvage) $20 (for three volumes)

Erotica and Sex

  • —- Six of Hearts Single playing card, oversized, featuring a nude pin-up. $3

  • —- First Hand: Experiences for Loving Men. Mar 1999 issue. $5

  • —- Uomini First issue, 1958. $5

  • —- MI: Male Insider. Apr 1989 issue. $5

  • —- Just Men. Vol 6 No 3 1989. $5

  • —- Vision: The Male Image. First issue, Nov 1978. $10

  • —- Ludus: Women and Sex Today. Feb/Mar 1993. $10

  • —- Man about Town. First issue, 1958. $10

  • —- Play. First issue, Mar 1959. $10

  • —- All-Man. First issue, Mar 1959. Wonderfully lurid painting on cover. Features stories like “The Sex Drug in your Kitchen!” and “Queen of the Paris Jails!” $10

  • —- True Danger. First issue, June 1962. Features stories like “A Love Prisoner of a Girl Gang Orgy” and “The Nude Gunwoman who Stalked the West.” $10

  • —- Flash News Illustrated. First issue, Apr 1964. $7.50

  • —- Violent World. First issue, May 1977. Scarce. $25

  • —- Millionaire Magazine. First issue, 1963. $5

  • —- King: The Man’s Magazine. First issue, Winter 1964. $5

  • Aretino, Pietro. Capricciosi & piaceuoli ragionamenti. [probably Leiden or Amsterdam, J. Elsevier], 1660. (in Locked Case) $750

  • Baker, Roger. Lovers Behind Closed Doors. Photographs by Tanya Heid. First edition. 1987. $15

  • Belloni, Emanuela, et al., eds. Kern Noir: Photographs of Richard Kern. 2002. $10

  • Bodenheim, Maxwell. My Life and Loves in Greenwich Village. Belmont Books edition, 1961. $5

  • Cadinot, J. Daniel. Tendre Voyous.  $5

  • Cadinot, J. Daniel. Hell’s Angels: Leather: Masculine 8.  $7.50

  • Capocoda, Giulio [Gregorio Leti]. L’Amore di Carlo Gonzaga, duca di Mantoa, e della contessa Margarita della Rovere. Ragusa: Fabio Fabinell’, 1666. ALL of Leti’s works were listed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum. (in Locked Case) $2000

  • Carter, Floyd. Rough Edges. Binding mistake; in the binding is for another of Carter’s titles, Battle of the Bulges. 1968. $10

  • Danielle and Stuart. Together: A New Photographic Approach to Marital Fulfillment. 1971. PB. $5

  • Davies, Christian [as Chris Davidson]. Caves of Iron. Mass-market pb. 1967. $25

  • Di Lauro, Al and Gerald Robin. Dirty Movies: An Illustrated History of the Stag Film 1915–1970. A classic on the subject. 1976. $7.50

  • Fowler, O.S. Creative and Sexual Science, Including Manhood, Womanhood, and their Interrelations, Love, Its Laws, Power, &c. 1870. Fowler, along with his brother Lorenzo and his sister-in-law Lydia, largely responsible for the popularity of phrenology in the nineteenth century. Fowler was also a publisher, and brought Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass to print. 7.50

  • Goldin, Nan. The Ballad of Sexual Dependency. First paperback edition. 1986. $15

  • Harper, James. Gay Brother. Mass-market pb. 1968. $15

  • Harris, Melissa, ed. The Body in Question. 1989. PB. (Aperture’s fall 1990 issue) $12.50

  • Krafft-Ebing, R.V. Psychopathia Sexualis. 1930. Revised edition. $12.50

  • Krims, Les. Fictocryptokrimsographs. 1975. $35

  • Lando, Ortensio. Quattro libri de Dubbi con le Solutioni a Ciascun Dubbio accommodate. Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1556. (in Locked Case) $800

  • Lang, Manny. One Man After Another. Mass-market pb. Illustrated with color photographs. $15

  • Laurent-Tailhade, Marie-Louise. Courtesans, Princesses, Lesbians. Privately printed in Paris, 1959. $15

  • Legman, G. Love & Death: A Study in Censorship. 1949. $10

  • Llewellyn, Terry. Boy Nymphet. [c. 1970]. $15

  • Nazarieff, Serge. The Stereoscopic Nude 1850–1930. PB, pictorial cover. 1993. $5

  • Rival, André. Self-Images: 100 Women. Edition Stemmle. DJ. $10

  • Rogers, Lance. Lord of the Flys. Book 4. Mass-market pb. 1972. $15

  • Shrader, Bert. HOMO: House of Male Order. Mass-market pb. 1968. $15

  • Smith, Bradley. Erotic Art of the Masters. DJ. 1974 $10

  • Various. A Passion For . . .  Set of ten mini-books in of erotic photography in a gold-colored slipcase. Taschen. 1996. $10

  • Various. Erotica Universalis. Taschen. Book of 30 postcards. $5

  • Welz, Larry. Cherry Poptart #1. First printing, 1982. $40

  • Welz, Larry. Cherry Poptart #2. First printing, 1982. $10

Essays

  • Aurelius, Marcus. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus to Himself. Translated by Gerald Rendall. Bound by Morell of London. Edged of turn-in stamped in gilt.  $15

  • Bollington, Michael. The Life and Work of Harold Pinter. DJ. 1996. Signed by Bollington and Pinter. $25

  • Groden, Michael, ed. The James Joyce Archive. Garland publishing. ND. $10

  • Hollingsworth, Christopher. Poetics of the Hive: The Insect Metaphor in Literature. DJ. [First?] 2001. Signed and inscribed by Hollingsworth. $175

  • McBride, William. Mark Twain: A Bibliography of the Collections of the Mark Twain Memorial and the Stowe-Day Foundation. Signed by McBride. Stated first in DJ. 1984. $20

  • Thoreau, Henry. Friendship. 1906. $10

  • Wolff, Robert Lee. Ireland from the Act of Union 1800 to the Death of Parnell 1891. Collection of introductory essays on twenty-two Irish and Ango-Irish novelists. ND. $10
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