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I · Leonardo.
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I · Leonardo.

by STEADMAN, Ralph.

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London: Jonathan Cape,, 1983. First edition, first impression, signed by Steadman on the title page. I · Leonardo is Steadman's homage to Leonardo da Vinci's paintings and inventions. Quarto. Original green cloth, lettering to spine gilt. With dust jacket. Full page illustrations throughout by Steadman. Spine bumped, otherwise near fine in lightly corner nicked dust jacket.
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I Am Legend.
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I Am Legend.

by MATHESON, Richard.

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New York: Walker and Company,, 1970. Surviving a pandemic First hardback edition, first printing, of this highly influential novel in the last man genre, following the sole survivor in a pandemic of vampires. It has been adapted into three feature-length films: The Last Man on Earth (1964), starring Vincent Price; The Omega Man (1971), starring Charlton Heston; and I Am Legend (2007), starring Will Smith. The book was awarded the Bram Stoker Vampire Novel of the Century award in 2012, marking the centenary of the death of the author of Dracula (1897). It first appeared in paperback in 1954. Octavo. Original white boards, spine lettered in black, top edge green, fore edge untrimmed. With dust jacket. Faint offsetting to free endpapers, contents clean. A near-fine copy in like dust jacket, front flap clipped but retaining price, mild toning to edges, sharp and bright. Bleiler, Supernatural Fiction 1126.
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I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today!
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I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today!: And Other Stories.

by SEUSS, Dr.

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New York: Random House,, 1969. First edition, first printing, of the Dr Seuss title introduced by the Cat in the Hat as "stories about my daughter and my son... and my great great great great grandpa", with the requisite 29 titles and no ISBN code on the rear board. Quarto. Original pictorial boards, title to spine and front cover in red and black, illustrated endpapers. No dust jacket issued. Illustrated throughout by the author. Boards a little toned, spine and corners very slightly frayed, some minor creases to front free endpaper, internally clean with no ownership inscriptions. Younger and Hirsch 38.
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I Can Write!
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I Can Write!: A Book by Me, Myself, with a little help from Theo. Le Sieg and Roy McKie.

by SEUSS, Dr.

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New York: A Bright & Early Book, Random House,, 1971. First edition, first printing. This early learning book was intended to be filled in by young readers, and it is unusual to find copies without any of the pages filled in, as is the case with this copy. Quarto. Original pictorial cloth, pictorial endpapers. No dust jacket issued. Colour illustrations throughout by Roy McKie. Spine ends a little bumped, small puncture to front spine fold, boards toned and lightly spotted to front, a very good copy indeed. Younger & Hirsch 40.
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I Capture the Castle.
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I Capture the Castle.

by SMITH, Dodie.

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Boston: Little, Brown and Company,, 1948. The work in getting my novel published has been past description First edition, first printing, of the author's wildly successful debut novel, together with an autograph letter signed "Dodie", addressed to her close friend and theatre colleague, John Evelyn Moore. This letter is a warm and affectionate accompaniment to Smith's highly acclaimed novel, detailing the trials and tribulations of publishing the work, which was subsequently printed in the UK the following year. Written and first published in the United States, I Capture the Castle speaks to Smith's yearning for home. A conscientious objector, alongside her husband, Smith had emigrated from England to the US in 1939, spending time in California, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. This coming-of-age story of Cassandra Mortmain living with her family amidst genteel poverty in pre-war south of England reflects a bucolic, idealized vision of Smith's former home and happy upbringing. The autograph letter… Read More
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I Capture the Castle.
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I Capture the Castle.

by SMITH, Dodie.

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Boston: Little, Brown and Company,, 1948. Driving, of course, because of the dogs First edition, first printing, presentation copy of the author's debut, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Jon, with my love, Dodie. Doylestown, Pennsylvania, November 1948", with an autograph note from Smith laid in, dated 26 March 1949. The recipient was Jon Wynne-Tyson (1824-2020), author, publisher, pacifist, and founder of the Centaur Press. His mother, the actress, writer, and philosopher Esmé Wynne-Tyson (1898-1972), was a close friend of Smith, and collaborated with their mutual friend Noel Coward on several plays. The note is written on the verso of a change-of-address card, marking Smith's move from Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where this title was written, to 1006 Cove Way, Beverly Hills, California. She thanks Jon for his letter and for sending copies of Enquiry. She continues: "I've sent your mother all our reasons for returning to California - for the summer". She adds that she and her… Read More
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I Capture the Castle.
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I Capture the Castle.

by SMITH, Dodie.

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Boston: Little, Brown and Company,, 1948. I write this sitting in the kitchen sink First edition, first printing, of the author's wildly successful debut novel, preceding the UK edition published the following year. The work reveals Smith's yearning for home: a conscientious objector, Smith and her husband emigrated from England to the US in 1939, spending time in California, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. I Capture the Castle is "a captivating story located in a medieval castle Smith had seen at Wingfield, Suffolk, in 1934, written in the form of the diary of Cassandra Mortmain, aged seventeen, essentially based on the young Dodie" (ODNB). The novel was adapted into 2004 film, starring Romola Garai, Bill Nighy, Rose Byrne, and Tara Fitzgerald. Octavo. Original light blue cloth, spine lettered in blue, castle vignette on front cover in blue. With dust jacket designed by Samuel Bryant from a sketch by the author. Fly-titles with vignette illustrations by Ruth Steed. Small paper slip inscribed in a… Read More
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I Capture the Castle.
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I Capture the Castle.

by SMITH, Dodie.

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London: William Heinemann,, 1949. I write this sitting in the kitchen sink... First UK edition, first printing, of the author's wildly successful first novel. Written and published in the United States the previous year, the work reveals Smith's yearning for home: a conscientious objector, Smith and her husband emigrated from England to the US in 1939, spending time in California, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. I Capture the Castle is "a captivating story located in a medieval castle Smith had seen at Wingfield, Suffolk, in 1934, written in the form of the diary of Cassandra Mortmain, aged seventeen, essentially based on the young Dodie" (ODNB). Octavo. Original light blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, castle vignette to front cover in gilt, top edge red. With dust jacket. Fly-titles with vignette illustrations by Ruth Steed, after sketches by the author. A little bumped; extremities of jacket lightly chipped and worn with a few short closed tears, else bright and unclipped: a near-fine copy in very… Read More
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I Catoblepas Gnoo. - The Gnoo.

I Catoblepas Gnoo. - The Gnoo.

by HARRIS, Capt. William Cornwallis.

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W. Pickering, 1840. From Portraits of the Game and Wild Animals of Southern Africa, Delineated from Life in Their Natural Haunts, During a Hunting Expedition From the Cape Colony as Far as the Tropic of Capricorn in 1836 & 1837. This is one of the rarest and most important works on large African Game. This folio was published in five parts containing in total 30 colour plates of the animals in their own habitat that Harris encountered while traveling and hunting in Africa. Lithograph. Original hand colour Very good condition Size: 53 x 35 cm
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I Con.tact. Rolling Stone Archive.

I Con.tact. Rolling Stone Archive.

by ROLLING STONES - MANKOWITZ, Gered.

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Guildford: Genesis Publications Limited,, 1998. First edition, first impression. Limited to 950 copies. This is one of the 100 deluxe copies signed by Mankowitz but comes without the photographic print as issued. Together with the original prospectus. A complete archive of Mankowtz's Rolling Stones contact sheets, taken from 1965 - 69, 3000 images. Oblong Quarto. Original full black leather, titles and illustration to front cover silkscreened in silver and white, titles to spine in white. A silkscreened metal magnifying glass in a plastic wallet. All housed in a black box illustrated with a two-tone silver montage of the Stones to the lid. Photographs by Gered Mankowitz. A fine copy.
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I Couldn't Tell Anyone I Love You.
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I Couldn't Tell Anyone I Love You.

by EMIN, Tracey.

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Margate: Counter Editions, 2020. Edition of 50. Signed and dated in pencil by Emin lower left, titled lower right. Two-colour lithograph on Somerset Velvet Warm White 400gsm paper. Sheet size: 65.5 x 55.5 cm. Framed size: 74.8 x 64.8 cm. Excellent condition. Presented in a handmade white gold leaf frame with conservation acrylic glazing.
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I Didn't Get Over, two draft typescripts, with holograph corrections, for the short story.
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I Didn't Get Over", two draft typescripts, with holograph corrections, for the short story.

by FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

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[Asheville, NC: Grove Park Inn, summer, 1936]. The first and last draft manuscripts for a published short story, given by Fitzgerald as a gift to his obliging young typist Two original drafts, the first draft and the second and final draft, for Fitzgerald's short story "I Didn't Get Over", written in summer 1936 and published in Esquire magazine that October. The most noticeable differences between the two drafts are at the beginning and end of the piece. The title is slightly changed: in the first draft, it is "I Never Got Over"; in the second, that is amended in manuscript to "I Didn't Get Over". In the story, a former army captain who failed to make it to the front in the First World War confesses his responsibility for a training-camp accident that claimed the lives of several soldiers. At the end, the second draft, Fitzgerald adds in pencil the coda that makes the identity of the army captain clear: "I was that captain, and when I rode up to join my company he acted as if he'd never seen me… Read More
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I. F. Ball featuring Buddy Rich and Skitch Henderson Bands, Friday, Nov. 7, 1947, Grace Hall...
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I. F. Ball featuring Buddy Rich and Skitch Henderson Bands, Friday, Nov. 7, 1947, Grace Hall [Lehigh University] from 10-2.

by RICH, Buddy.

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Bethlehem, PA: , 1947. Superb, scarce poster from the very outset of Rich's solo career. A musical prodigy on Broadway at two years old with his parents' act Wilson and Rich, he found fame under the sobriquet "Baby Traps the Drum Wonder". Rich was with Tommy Dorsey either side of brief military service, before forming this first band with financial assistance from Frank Sinatra. The band lasted just a couple of years before Rich returned to his role as one of the most in demand, and most demanding, sidemen in the Big Band world. For this Interfraternity gig at Lehigh, Buddy's Band was paired with Skitch Henderson's outfit. Henderson was best known as a skilful accompanist, able to "re-sketch" a song in any key for a vocalist. He worked with Bing Crosby, Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland, was MD for Frank Sinatra's Light-up Time in the early 50s, he founded the highly successful New York Pops orchestra in 1983 and conducted it until his death in 2005. Original concert poster (420 x 280 mm) printed in… Read More
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I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew.
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I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew.

by SEUSS, Dr.

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New York: Random House,, 1965. First edition, first printing, with the correct price of 295/295 price on the front flap and advertisements on the rear panel. Quarto. Original pictorial boards, illustrated endpapers. With dust jacket. Illustrated throughout by the author. Corners bumped, a few spots of rubbing to extremities and light foxing to top board edges, a very good copy indeed, bright and sharp, in the unclipped jacket, a little creased, spine ends and corners nicked and rubbed, a very good example. Younger & Hirsch 41.
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I Ho Yuan.
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I Ho Yuan.: A Brief Treatment of the Location, History, and Present Edifices of the Imperial Summer Palace.

by BEIJING.

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Beijing: Administration of the I He Yuan,, 1935. First edition, first printing, of this guide to the Qing dynasty's grand summer retreat on the outskirts of Beijing, published in a period when China's imperial architecture was being repurposed for foreign and domestic tourism. The detailed map, showing topographical and architectural features, conveys the Summer Palace's dual function as an expression of imperial power and an enclave removed from the hustle and bustle of the capital. Octavo. Original blue wrappers, white thread xianzhuang stitching, spine ends capped with yellow silk, title label on front cover. With original printed envelope. Folding map, 22 full-page illustrations after photographs; contents entirely printed in purple. Thread split at foot of binding but still sturdy, worming at foot of rear cover, extended into text block but not affecting contents: a very good copy in the well-preserved envelope, a few losses and repaired closed tear.
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I Love...
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I Love...

by SHRIGLEY, David.

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Margate: Counter Editions,, 2019. Edition of 125, initialled and dated in pencil lower right verso and numbered lower left verso by Shrigley. 4 colour screenprint on Somerset Tub Sized Satin White 410 gsm paper. Sheet size: 76 x 60 cm. Framed size: 85.7 x 69.6 cm. Excellent condition. Presented in a black stained wooden frame with conservation acrylic glazing.
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I Margraviati di ANSPACH  e BAYREUTH

I Margraviati di ANSPACH e BAYREUTH

by ZATTA, Antonio

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Venice., 1779. Map of south eastern Germany, with decorated title cartouche, with banners, tents and cannon. Antonio Zatta was one of the leading cartographers and publishers of the time, and his Atlante Novissimo was one of the most beautifully produced of 18th century atlases. Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition, good margins. Size: 33 x 42 cm.
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I Me Mine.
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I Me Mine.

by HARRISON, George.

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Guildford: Genesis Publications Limited,, 1980. Signed by George Harrison First edition, first impression, unnumbered from an edition of 2,000 copies signed by the author. This is possibly one of a handful bound in full leather, one of which was given to Harrison and another kept by the publisher. The publication of I Me Mine was a watershed moment in the history of the Beatles. "Lennon took offence at being left out of the book altogether. Harrison made an unsuccessful attempt to contact him to discuss this grievance. That December, Lennon was shot dead. Now the Beatles really were history; there could be no reunion" (ODNB). Tall octavo. Original brown calf, raised bands, lettering to spine gilt, single gilt rules to covers, green morocco guitar onlay to front cover with gilt detail, facsimile signature to rear cover in gilt, sheet music endpapers, all edges gilt. Housed in the original quarter morocco clamshell box. Tipped-in photographic frontispiece with tissue guard, 48 photographic plates,… Read More
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I Me Mine.
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I Me Mine.

by HARRISON, George.

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Guildford: Genesis Publications Limited,, 1980. The copy of Ringo's manager First edition, first impression, unnumbered from an edition of 2,000 copies signed by the author. This was one of a handful of copies bound in full leather - another was given to Harrison, while the publisher retained one. This copy has the addition of tears falling from the guitar, representing Harrison's song While My Guitar Gently Weeps, and the initials of Hilary Lester Gerard. Gerard was Ringo Starr's business manager from the early 1970s and a director of the Beatles Apple Corps Ltd. The publication of I Me Mine was a watershed moment in the history of the Beatles. "Lennon took offence at being left out of the book altogether. Harrison made an unsuccessful attempt to contact him to discuss this grievance. That December, Lennon was shot dead. Now the Beatles really were history; there could be no reunion" (ODNB). Tall octavo. Original black morocco, raised bands to spine, lettering to spine and front cover gilt, single… Read More
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I Ought To Be In Pictures.
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I Ought To Be In Pictures.

by SIMON, Neil.

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New York: Random House,, 1981. First edition, first printing. The play had its premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles in 1979, before opening on Broadway in 1980, and was subsequently made into a feature film directed by Herbert Ross in 1982. Octavo. Original black cloth-backed boards, titles to spine in silver, palm tree motif to front cover in blind. With dust jacket. Spine ends rubbed, edges of boards toned with blemishes to cloth, spots affecting fore-edge of several pages, but generally clean throughout; a very good copy in the price-clipped jacket, vertical crease to spine, nicks to ends with damp stain at head, spots to verso of front flap.
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