showing 1-14 of 14
Publisher: Bill Bradley for U.S. Senate, 1990.: 1990.
Seller ID: 31347
Bill Bradley for U.S. Senate, 1990.. 1990.. Fine. - sc - A 38 inch high by 25-1/8 inch wide campaign poster by LeRoy Neiman for New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley's 1990 Senate Campaign. The candidate's name "Bill Bradley" is boldly printed in red at the top with the words "U.S. Senate '90" printed in red along the bottom. LeRoy Neiman's portrait depicts a lean Bill Bradley in a red pullover vest over a white shirt and tie in front of a blackboard. The credi... View more info
Publisher: New York: Free World, Inc., 1944.: 1944.
Seller ID: 24473
New York: Free World, Inc., 1944.. 1944.. Good. - Small quarto [10-3/8 inches high by 7-5/8 inches wide], softcover bound in pictorial white wrappers with a cover illustration in red & black by Victor de Pauw. The binding is lightly bumped with light soiling & creasing to the front wrap. There is a piece out of the head of the spine. Title & pages 104-191. Black-and-white woodcuts, drawings & cartoons by various artists. The page corners are lightly bumped & there is a t... View more info
By: Brustein, Robert
Publisher: New York: Liveright, (1971).: (1971).
Seller ID: 14695
New York: Liveright, (1971).. (1971).. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial black wraps. The wraps are lightly rubbed & slightly bumped. [xi], 170 &  pages. Very good. A critique of American society, examining campus unrest and student activism, by the Dean of the Yale School of Drama. View more info
Publisher: Bearsville, NY: Retort, 1951.: 1951.
Seller ID: 20469
Bearsville, NY: Retort, 1951.. 1951.. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed blue wrappers. The binding is bumped & rubbed with the extremities darkened & with a small area of the surface torn along the top edge of the rear cover. There is light staining to the lower half of the front wrap & some pink staining near the top of the rear wrap. 48 pages. There is a stain to the title page & light foxing to the fore-edge. Good. Among the contents of this issue are ... View more info
Publisher: London, U.K.: The Anti-Socialist Union and Reconstruction Society, n.d [circa 1925].: n.d [circa 1925].
Seller ID: 14303
London, U.K.: The Anti-Socialist Union and Reconstruction Society, n.d [circa 1925].. n.d [circa 1925].. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed red wraps. The wraps are rubbed & bumped. There is a 1-1/2 inch tear with a second, shorter tear to the front edge of the front wrap & the front edge of the rear wrap is faded with 2 small stains. The spine & the adjacent edges of the wraps are faded & the head & tail of the spine are torn. Title & 128 pages. The top page cor... View more info
Publisher: London: Modern Books, (1935).: (1935).
Seller ID: 14167
- Octavo, softcover bound in printed cream & magenta wraps with a vignette portrait in cream on the front wrap. The wraps are soiled & bumped & the bottom 2 inches of each wrap is detached. The top & inner edges of the front wrap are faded & there is a piece out of the bottom corner. 12 pages plus 3 pages of ads. The page corners are creased. Good. First edition. No. 3 in the series "Reports of the 7th Congress Communist International".Georgi Dimitrov [1882... View more info
Publisher: July 1930.: 1930.
Seller ID: 34378
July 1930.. 1930.. Very good. - Portrait, 3-3/4 inches high by 2-3/4 inches wide, clipped from a newspaper and mounted on a piece of cream paper, 6-1/8 inches high by 3- 3/8. Signed below the portrait "Mary Agnes Hamilton / July 1930". Very good. The newspaper portrait is a striking head-and-shoulders shot of Hamilton with closely cropped hair, large dark eyes and well-defined cheekbones, wearing a black dress or jacket. The full inscription reads: "To Sey... View more info
By: Henderson, Fred
Publisher: Chicago, IL: The Socialist Party, 1935.: 1935.
Seller ID: 15212
Chicago, IL: The Socialist Party, 1935.. 1935.. Very good. - Small octavo, printed red & white wraps. The wraps are lightly rubbed & bumped with light soiling & creasing to the rear wrap. 146 pages. Illustrated with a black-and-white portrait plate. There is light foxing to the top edge & a few tiny stains to the fore-edge & bottom edge. Very good. Third printing. View more info
Publisher: New York: Harper & Brothers, 1854.: 1854.
Seller ID: 15075
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1854.. 1854.. Good. - Octavo, brown cloth. The binding is rubbed & bumped with small stains & with very light dampstaining to the bottom corner of the rear cover.. The head & tail of the spine are chipped. xi, [i] & pages -274. The title page is darkened & there is scattered light foxing & soiling. The front edge of the last text page is creased. There is light dampstaining to the bottom corners & edges of the pages in the rear third of t... View more info
Publisher: Paris, France: August 15, 1930.: 1930.
Seller ID: 36470
- Letter penned in blue ink on 1-1/4 sides of a sheet of cream-colored Ministere des Colonies letterhead folded once to form 4 sides, each 8-1/4 inches high by 5-1/4 inches wide, with the address printed at the top of the first side. Signed "Tres cordialement / F Pietri". Folded once for mailing. Fine A friendly letter, written in French and realized in a secretarial hand, is addressed to "Mon jeune et lontain ami". Pietri sends this young and far-off... View more info
Publisher: Stuttgart und Aalen: Konrad Theiss Verlag, (1977).: (1977).
Seller ID: 879
Stuttgart und Aalen: Konrad Theiss Verlag, (1977).. (1977).. Fine. - (Sonderveroffentlichung des Stadtarchivs Mannheim Nr. 1). 8vo, red cloth titled in gilt, in dw (rubbed & lightly spotted; extremities darkened). 277 pp. Color pictorial endpapers & B&W illustrations. Near fine in very good dw. A history of democratic movements in Mannheim, Germany, from the revolution of 1848-49 through the aftermath of World War II, told through documents from the city archives. Tex... View more info
By: Spender, Stephen
Publisher: London: Victor Gollancz, 1937.: 1937.
Seller ID: 8749
London: Victor Gollancz, 1937.. 1937.. Good. - Small octavo, soft covers bound in printed stiff paper vermilion wraps. The binding is soiled with a crease to the bottom corner of the front wrap. The spine is slightly faded & rubbed with the head lightly chipped. 295 pages. The page edges are darkened. Good. First edition.The Ex- libris of Edna and William Epstein wiith artwork in the style of Rockwell Kent is mounted on the inside front wrap. First Edition. View more info
Publisher: (London): G. Hill, 1882.: 1882.
Seller ID: 17165
(London): G. Hill, 1882.. 1882.. Good. - Octavo, printed self-wraps sewn with cream cord. 32 pages. The title & last page are soiled. The front edge of the title is chipped; there is a crease to its bottom corner & a price-sticker has been partially removed from its top corner. The bottom corner of the last leaf is creased & torn. The remaining page corners are lightly bumped with creasing to the bottom corners of 2 rear leaves. Good. "Nothing less than direct rep... View more info
Publisher: London: Printed and published by R. Carlile, 55, Fleet-Street, 1821.: 1821.
Seller ID: 16506
London: Printed and published by R. Carlile, 55, Fleet-Street, 1821.. 1821.. Fine. - Octavo, printed self-wraps, unbound, removed. 8 pages. There is a light crease across the top corner of each page, else the pamphlet is bright & clean. Near fine. First edition.Richard Carlile [1790-1843] was a famed political activist, radical publisher and a fearless campaigner for freedom of the press. He published works by Thomas Paine and radical pamphlets and journals, includ... View more info