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Books that are collectible. Includes books that are out-of-print, signed, rare, hard to find, or generally sought-after.
A Crown of Swords by Robert Jordan - Signed (The Wheel of Time 7)
A Little Tour in France by Henry James.1st illustrated edition. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell. 1900.
A London Life, The Patagonia, The Liar, Mrs Temperly by Henry James. 1st US edition. 1889
American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge Vol. II Nos. 1-12 (Aug 1835 to Sep 1836) edited by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 1836.
Aphrodisiacs and Anti-Aphrodisiacs by John Davenport, 3 essays on the Powers of Reproduction.
Atlantic Monthly Vol 24 by Henry James and Edward Everett Hale. It includes all three parts of Henry James's Gabrielle de Bergerac. 1869.
The Bride of Abydos by Lord George Gordon Byron. 1824.
Clear and Present Danger - Uncorrected Proof (A Jack Ryan Novel, John Clark) by Tom Clancy. 1989.
The Complete Grocer by An Old Distiller. 1832.
Conquest of Canaan by Timothy Dwight. 1785.
Daisy Miller (An International Episode) by Henry James. 1920.
The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower #2) by Stephen King. First printing. 1987.
The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan - Signed (Wheel of Time 3)
The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Elisee Reclus. 1881.
El News American Field Service by American Field Service Unit XXXII Aboard S.S. El Nil.
Embarrassments by Henry James. 1st US edition. 1896.
Emily of New Moon by L. M. Montgomery. First American Edition. 1923.
First edition of The Europeans: A Sketch by Henry James. (1878).
Exiles by James Joyce. With an essay on the play by Francis Fergusson. (1945).
German Offensive of July 15, 1918 by The General Service School. 1923.
The History Of The 105th Regiment Of Engineers, Divisional Engineers Of The Old Hickory 30th Division.
The Horse and His Boy. Book 5 in the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. 1954.
The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carrol. Prospectus for Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark.
Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens. 1839.