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The Crooked Colt

By: Anderson C.W.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: CT, Weekly Reader Books: 1954

Seller Id: 46704

Condition: Very Good


6th printing of the Weekly Reader 1981 edition, Originally published by Macmillan, NY in 1954. Much sought, collectible story written and illustrated by C.W. Anderson. 40 pp text is browned and there is a small watermark on the inside rear cover and the 16 pages that precede it. Super light rubbing at tips. The little colt was very small, and his little legs were so wobbly and weak that every time he tried to stand up, he would fall down. He saw the other colts on the farm running and playing, and he was very sad. No one paid much attention to the crooked little colt except his mother, a... View more info

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Heads Up - Heels Down with Signed Anderson Card Laid In

By: Anderson, C. W.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: NY, Macmillan: 1944

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller Id: 45594

Condition: Very Good +


An amazing offering for the C.W. Anderson aficionado in your life. VG+ Pine green cloth covered boards with black titles show color loss at still sharp tips. First printing, so stated with tidy gift dedication on fep. 144 pg text flawless and filled with Anderson's lovely pencil art throughout. Original unclipped dust wrapper ($2.50 price) shows light even age toning, 1.5" closed tear at head of rear panel, negligible wear at spine ends and a micro nic at foot of frt panel. displays well in brand new mylar sleeve. A handbook of horsemanship and riding filled with Anderson's fabulous l... View more info

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A Man With A Maid Two Volumes Complete in One

By: Anonymous

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, Grove Press: 1968

Edition: Reprint

Seller Id: 41507

Condition: Near Fine


Near fine reprint hard cover with lightly bumped spine ends. White background illust glossy dj has small chip at head of spine, displays well in new mylar. Reprint dist by Bookthrift, NY, so stated on copyright page. 254 pp as new, appears unread. Volume 1: The Tragedy. Volume 2: The Comedy. In this turn of the century classic, a jilted suitor gains vengeance by sexually dominating his ex-fiance, and then her maid, and then has the two now libertine ladies join him in the seduction of a obnoxious society matron and her supercilious daughter. View more info

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Gunsmith's Boy

By: Best, Herbert

Price: $18.00

Publisher: IL, The John C. Winston Co.: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 27690

Condition: Very Good +


1st edition hardcover in orange cloth boards bumped but not rubbed, few light indentations on front board, innards fine, nice pictorial endpapers. Unclipped DJ in new mylar shows rubbed tips and few tiny closed tears, 1/4" loss at head of spine panel doesn't affect title. Young Seth Ellis set out from Albany to join his Uncle, who was a trapper, in upper New York State. It was a long, weary journey afoot, and it seemed twice as long to Seth when he found his uncle's cabin deserted and knew he would have to retrace his steps. It was luck that led Seth to knock at Gamalial Reed's door and as... View more info

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American Race Horses 1963 with Additional Material Laid In

By: Burroughs, Raleigh S., Review of Performances; Stone, Charles H., Editor

Price: $18.00

Publisher: New York, The Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association, Inc.: 1964

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller Id: 33050

Condition: Fair


First edition rust cloth hardcover reading copy with 1/2 inch split at head of front board gutter, rubbed and glued cloth at head of back strip, cloth at foot of rear gutter split 3". Finger soiled end papers. Tips rubbed with boards showing. Former owner's name on fep. Serviceable reading copy, not pretty but all there. 124 pp profusely illustrated with b/w photos. Laid in are three news clippings featuring Hirch Jacobs, his favorite owner and a few of their wins. Also included is a letter to the former owner, Stuart Hyatt, former Middleburg, VA and NY racing enthusiast from Edward A. ... View more info

Trio of Salad Recipe Books from 1929-1930. Heinz, Hellmann's & Delineator

By: Compilation Authored

Price: $12.00

Publisher: NY, Various: 1930

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller Id: 45995

Condition: Good


Trio of first edition early salad cookbooks for one money. Includes: 1. Delineator Service - Salads for all Occasions Prepared by Delineator Home Institute, published 1929. Book is 9" tall x 6" wide and has 32 pp illustrated with b/w photos. Rubbing and small chips along edges of light green card covers. Includes dressing recipes. 2. Heinz Book of Salads 1930, 92 pp booklet measures 7 3/4" x 5 1/4", published 1930. It has a pastel pink gingham plaid cover with silver title box on cover and an ink name written above that, along with some pencil writing on fep. Also has... View more info

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Sally Heflin and the Artworks Catalog 8

By: Compilation Authored

Price: $28.00

Publisher: NY, The Artworks: 1998

Seller Id: 26945

Condition: Near Fine


Tight bright orange paperback with brown spine and lettering on cover. Upper fore edge bumped on french flap card cover. One of the four artworks locations books, this one in NY. 96 pp of clip art and small vignettes of various artists works. View more info

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Notes on Foxhunting SIGNED

By: Davis, Mrs. Putnam; Ex-MFH Rombout Hunt, NY

Price: $30.00

Publisher: NY, Privately Printed: 2006

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller Id: 29114

Condition: Fine


28 pg collectible booklet of the chase. Signed by Betty Davis on inside cover. No tears or soil inside or out. Betty was a former MFH of the Rombout Hunt of Poughkeepsie NY which is in Dutchess County. Contents include A Brief History of Foxhunting/ The Land and Landowners/ The Huntsman and Staff/ The Foxhound/ The Fox, The Coyote & Other Quarry ! The Fox B. The Coyote/ Rules and Regulations/ Hunting Attire/ The Hunting Horse/ How to Get Started. View more info

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Rober Gober: The Meat Wagon. The Menil Collection

By: Drutt, Matthew

Price: $48.00

Publisher: TX, Distributed Art Publishers NY/ Menil Foundation Inc.: 2006

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 43965

ISBN: 0939594617

Condition: Fine


1st edition. Foreword by Josef Helfenstein. Introduction and Interview by Matthew Drutt. Gift quality volume. no names, tears or soil. 108 glossy pages with full color photos of each item in the exhibition. Text flawless. Sharp tips and spine ends, gray linen covered boards fine. Unclipped dj in new mylar mint. Curious coffee table book. View more info

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The Black Stallion's Sulky Colt

By: Farley, Walter

Price: $18.00

Publisher: NY, Random House: 1954

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 46329

Condition: Very Good


1st edition hardcover in bright, clean turquoise cloth boards with white title and black running horse and author name on backstrip. Tips sharp, spine ends bumped. Former owner name and small sticker pull on cream front end paper, 248 pp text is fine. Book displays well in professionally reproduced color illust dj in new mylar showing light rubs at tips. On the eve of the world-famous Hambletonian harness race at Goshen, NY, Alec Ramsay turned away from the close scrutiny of his old friend, Henry Dailey. Alec was sick with worry and fear. He and Bonfire, the second son of the Black Stall... View more info

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Sally Seal SIGNED

By: Gaither, Gant

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Privately Printed: 1964

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller Id: 42855

Condition: Very Good


Illust hardcover in matching illust price clipped dj in new mylar. Author's first/last name on fep, not dedicated to anyone in particular. Sticker pulls on frt and rear panel of dj, frt affecting title, now filled in with matching color, rear shows loss on menu listing. Book tips sharp but lightly rubbed, text crisp and bright. 60 pp. A children's book for adults only imprinted on copyright page by publisher . "Mama said I had the only asset I really needed. I was a girl." Sally's rise, from seal of Brooklyn to Paris boudoir, is one of the great success stories of our time, and a perfe... View more info

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British and American Sporting Authors Their Writings and Biographies

By: Higginson, A. Henry with a Bibliography Bu Sydney R. Smith and Foreword By Ernest R. Gee

Price: $28.00

Publisher: London, Hutchinson & Co. Ltd: 1951

Edition: First UK Edition

Seller Id: 29121

Condition: Near Fine


Lovely 1st British edition green cloth hardcover with dull but legible gilt titles on backstrip. Very light color loss at lightly bumped tips. No fraying. Name, two small bits of cello tape glue remnants and vintage bookstore sticker on frt pastedown from Sydney R. Smith Sporting Books Canaan, NY (Sydney Smith composed the Bibliography). Illustrated with b/w photos and art reproductions. A few check marks and some tidy marginalia in Bibliography in rear of book. An important reference that covers the subject and history of sporting books from 1373 through 1950. 443 pp. This book give biog... View more info

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How It Happened in Peach Hill

By: Jocelyn, Marthe

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Wendy Lamb Books/ Random House: 2007

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 40577

ISBN: 0375937013

Condition: Very Good +


Near fine in like dj. Exlib w/all pages present. No pocket or evidence of ever having had one. Multiple Exlib stamps on endpps. Unclipped dj in new mylar taped to pastdowns. Displays beautifully w/out chips or tears. 232 pp. When fifteen-year-old Annie Grey and her "clairvoyant" mother arrive in Peach Hill, NY, in 1924, each finds reason for wanting to finally settle down, but to reach their goals they will have to do some serious lying and Annie will have to stand up for herself. View more info

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Valley Horses Volume II Genesee Valley Hunt

By: Kelley, Michael

Price: $35.00

Publisher: NY, Sanders Newspapers: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 44690

Condition: Near Fine


59 pg stapled booklet with faint tiny soil spot on rear cover, tiny indentation on frt cov near title, else fine. Rare 59 pp work by woman author sportswoman "Michael" Kelley and is a collection of her weekly newspaper columns. Lively personal essays on the chase. Her second work, following the first volume printed in 1975. Illustrated throughout with b/w line drawings by Custer Cassidy, John Tickner, and clip art (b/w vignettes) from the Chronicle of the Horse. Collectible copy. View more info

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Haute Cuisine Without Help

By: Knapik, Harold

Price: $8.00

Publisher: NY, Gallahad Books: 1971

Seller Id: 45590

ISBN: 0883650223

Condition: Fine


Book as new, crisp and unmarked hardcover in red cloth boards. Price clipped sj has few micro nicks at spine ends, displays well in new mylar. 296 pp. Published by Gallahad Books by arrangement with Liveright Publishing, NY. Supposed 1st edition. Culinary notes on everything from buying meats to the proper uses of different spices and light-hearted tidbits on everything from the calorie to the differences between the Chinese, Italian and French national cuisines by an internationally acclaimed cook who has prepared meals for Adlai Stevenson, Konrad Adenauer, Max Ernst and Man Ray, among... View more info

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Gorgonzola Zombies in the Park

By: Levy, Elizabeth

Price: $7.00

Publisher: NY, Harper Collins Publishers: 1993

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 37986

ISBN: 0060214600

Condition: Near Fine


Black hardcover with bright green lettering on spine shows beautifully. Unclipped dj has minute curling along lower edge. 82 pages of tight & bright text with no tears or writing but does have lib stamp on FEP and a date stamp & black ink on rear paste down. No pocket or evidence of ever having had one, all pp present. Sam and Robert make up a story about a Gorgonzola Zombie to scare their cousin Mabel, but strange and scary events convince all three that there really is a zombie haunting Central Park. View more info

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What If?

By: Minarik, Else Holmelund

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Greenwillow Books NY: 1987

Edition: First Editon

Seller Id: 33830

ISBN: 0688064744

Condition: Very Good


Ex-lib. with typical markings, pocket and all pages present. No call tag on back strip, 24 pp text is crisp and tight. Tossed out of the house, two cats fantasize about what would happen if they had their own Christmas tree. View more info

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Paintings from the Museum of Modern Art, New York Exhibition Dates: December 17, 1963 - March 1, 1964

By: MOMA, Museum of Modern Art, NY

Price: $12.00

Publisher: NY, National Gallery of Art: 1963

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 9937

Condition: Very Good -


Near fine 1963 first edition soft cover showing light surface wear and soil, 100 pg text filled with b/w plates and illustrations is tight, bright and unmarked. One now unfolded corner and small crack to paper on back strip from a sideways bend which does not affect the integrity of the book. See image. Preface by John Walker, Director: National Gallery of Art. Foreword by Rene D'Harnoncourt, Director: MOMA. View more info

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Coloring Chautauqua Alphabet Book

By: Nelson, Jane E.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Privately Printed: 1995

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 40976

Condition: Near Fine


1st edition paperback with tidy gift dedication on fep and1 page neatly completed. See image, it is the actual book you will receive. Cute 28 pp ABC book that has a place, event or thing next to a letter of the alphabet in Chautaugua, New York. Z is for Zucchini and Zinnias at the Farmer's Market, etc. View more info

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All For Her The Autobiography of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.

By: Peyton, Father Patrick

Price: $12.00

Publisher: NY, Doubleday & Company, Inc.: 1967

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller Id: 34858

Condition: Very Good


Nice solid 1st edition hardcover in blue cloth with color loss at tips & spine ends. Not exlib but glue marks on endpps, with paper rosary glued onto frt pastedown, half title page removed. Laid in as a 13 pp stapled 6.5" tall booklet, Excerpted from: Voices of Ireland, conversations with Donncha O Dulaing, it is an interview with Father Peyton, who was founder and Director of the Family Rosary in Albany, NY. Original dust wrapper has title written on previously wordless backstrip, shows chipping at head of spine, bit of discoloration at spine foot (dj only). View more info