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Dover: Dover Litho Printing Company, for the Congress, 1990. iii, 188p., glossy whitewhite paperstock, profuse b&w vignette illustrations nicely wedded to text, casebound in 10.25 x 7 inch cloth boards gilt. Faintest shelfwear, a fine copy probably issued without dj. Essays on Caribbean issues (The Bermuda postmaster stamps; Plating the...
Reims: Le FamiListere, undated, circa 1910. Pamphlet. 16p., a savings-stamp book, softbound pamphlet in 5.3x3.5 inch stapled wraps printed blue. The staple is cockeyed and rusty, the wraps mildly dusty, the paste-em-here boxes only half filled in (i.e., 7 1/2 pages bear the blue Le Familistere stamp blocks) but most...
Amsterdam: B.R.Gruner, 1979. Two special issues of the journal, 149 and 127 pages respectively, each with external stains to spine, interior clean. The theme of No. 33 is "Passage to Marxist thought in the waning 1970s;" the double isue is on "Philosophers of the Federal Republic of Germany and West Berlin."
Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1979. Hardcover. xiii+287p., good first edition in cloth boards, a little dust-spotty in a shelf worn dj. The International Library of Phenomenology and Moral Sciences, John O'Neill, editor. An inquiry into Marx's method of theorising based on The Grundrisse.
Canton OH: U.S. Philatelic Classics Society, Inc., 1984. x, 389p., profuse b&w facsimile reproductions with two sections in color, several line-drawn maps, hardbound in 11x8.5 inch boards covered in metallic gold paper (roll-stamped in blind to simulate leather grain) and pictorial dust jacket. The dj is a little edgeworn, the.....
Hartford, CT: Gay and Lesbian History on Stamps Club, 1989. Two issues of the bulletin, 15p. and 24p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled upper-left corner, very good. Includes articles about stamps featuring gay and lesbian personages, announcements of gay stamp club formation in various cities, and commentary.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1960. Complete boxed set of 12, each a folio sheet of textured paperstock folded once to make a 10x8 inch letterpress brochure, rubricated presswork by the Grabhorns; about 350 words of text each and, laid in, one and sometimes two leaves of blue...
Littleton, CO: M. Ozaki, 1963. 84p., staplebound booklet, first edition, occasional pen underlining. By the Japanese-American mystery writer who is remembered slightly less fondly for promoting some get-rich-quick schemes. This booklet makes no such promises, though it urges the reader to subscribe to his Philatelic Investor newsletter.
State College PA: The Journal of the American Philatelic Society, 1970. Entire issue; professionally cased into titled buckram boards with utilitarian titling, marbled endsheets over cloth hinges, a nice job. Cover titling promotes an article by Malcolm MacGregor, "South Polar expoloration and explorers" rather than the featured story. Pp. 569-664...