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  • (Item #: M7549-CH2)
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous for some of his books, especially for "The Name of the Rose", first published in Italian in 1980, and in English in 1983.  This novel received numerous international awards, and was later taken to the screen in a famous film of the same name (1986). Signed book "The Name of the Rose", 1983 edition in English language, Eco signs and inscribed this copy on the title page above the book title. A total of 502 pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.4 x 9.4 inches. Book is in excellent condition, dust jacket shows signs of wear and a few cracks.
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous for some of his books, especially for "The Name of the Rose",... read more >
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous for some of his books, especially for "The Name of the Rose", first published in Italian in 1980, and in English in 1983.  This novel received numerous international awards, and was later taken to the screen in a famous film of the same name (1986). Signed book "The Name of the Rose", 1983 edition in English language, Eco signs and inscribed this copy on the title page above the book title. A total of 502 pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.4 x 9.4 inches. Book is in excellent condition, dust jacket shows signs of wear and a few cracks.
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous...

    $650.00 USD

    (Item #: M7549-CH2)
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous for some of his books, especially for "The Name of the Rose", first published in Italian in 1980, and in English in 1983.  This novel received numerous international awards, and was later taken to the screen in a famous film of the same name (1986). Signed book "The Name of the Rose", 1983 edition in English language, Eco signs and inscribed this copy on the title page above the book title. A total of 502 pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.4 x 9.4 inches. Book is in excellent condition, dust jacket shows signs of wear and a few cracks.
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous for some of his books, especially for "The Name of the Rose",... read more >
    Italian novelist, critic, philosopher and academic (1932-2016), famous for some of his books, especially for "The Name of the Rose", first published in Italian in 1980, and in English in 1983.  This novel received numerous international awards, and was later taken to the screen in a famous film of the same name (1986). Signed book "The Name of the Rose", 1983 edition in English language, Eco signs and inscribed this copy on the title page above the book title. A total of 502 pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.4 x 9.4 inches. Book is in excellent condition, dust jacket shows signs of wear and a few cracks.
  • (Item #: H1462-J11)
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous for her coverage of war and interviews with many world leaders. Signed novel "A Man", first USA edition by Simons & Schuster, 1980 (a year after the first Italian edition), 463 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Fallaci on the frontend page, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous for her coverage of war and interviews with many world leaders. Signed... read more >
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous for her coverage of war and interviews with many world leaders. Signed novel "A Man", first USA edition by Simons & Schuster, 1980 (a year after the first Italian edition), 463 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Fallaci on the frontend page, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous...

    $100.00 USD

    (Item #: H1462-J11)
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous for her coverage of war and interviews with many world leaders. Signed novel "A Man", first USA edition by Simons & Schuster, 1980 (a year after the first Italian edition), 463 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Fallaci on the frontend page, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous for her coverage of war and interviews with many world leaders. Signed... read more >
    Italian journalist, author and political interviewer (1929-2006), famous for her coverage of war and interviews with many world leaders. Signed novel "A Man", first USA edition by Simons & Schuster, 1980 (a year after the first Italian edition), 463 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Fallaci on the frontend page, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H4899-CH8)
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New York City Ballet and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Her biography "Holding on the Air" written by her and Tony Bentley, signed and inscribed by her with a long sentiment, dated in 1990.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 1st Edition by Summit Books, New York, 1990, 322 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED are several newspaper clips about her life and career (not shown in scans).
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New York City Ballet and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy... read more >
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New York City Ballet and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Her biography "Holding on the Air" written by her and Tony Bentley, signed and inscribed by her with a long sentiment, dated in 1990.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 1st Edition by Summit Books, New York, 1990, 322 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED are several newspaper clips about her life and career (not shown in scans).
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New...

    $120.00 USD

    (Item #: H4899-CH8)
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New York City Ballet and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Her biography "Holding on the Air" written by her and Tony Bentley, signed and inscribed by her with a long sentiment, dated in 1990.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 1st Edition by Summit Books, New York, 1990, 322 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED are several newspaper clips about her life and career (not shown in scans).
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New York City Ballet and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy... read more >
    American ballerina (b.1945), former star of the New York City Ballet and founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Her biography "Holding on the Air" written by her and Tony Bentley, signed and inscribed by her with a long sentiment, dated in 1990.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 1st Edition by Summit Books, New York, 1990, 322 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED are several newspaper clips about her life and career (not shown in scans).
  • (Item #: H4901-J9)
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom. Her book "Finding Sarah" signed by her on the front end page, dated in 2011; first edition by Atria Books, 2011.  Size is 6.25 x 9.25 inches, 315 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom. Her book "Finding Sarah" signed by... read more >
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom. Her book "Finding Sarah" signed by her on the front end page, dated in 2011; first edition by Atria Books, 2011.  Size is 6.25 x 9.25 inches, 315 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of...

    $95.00 USD

    (Item #: H4901-J9)
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom. Her book "Finding Sarah" signed by her on the front end page, dated in 2011; first edition by Atria Books, 2011.  Size is 6.25 x 9.25 inches, 315 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom. Her book "Finding Sarah" signed by... read more >
    Duchess of York (b.1959) and former wife of Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom. Her book "Finding Sarah" signed by her on the front end page, dated in 2011; first edition by Atria Books, 2011.  Size is 6.25 x 9.25 inches, 315 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H1547-J13)
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Signed book "Fonteyn - The Making of a Legend", a book by Keith Money. Fonteyn signed and inscribed this book on the title page, opposite to a full-page photograph of her. This is a larger size book mostly with photographs from her life, including captions and some text, first US edition by Reynal and Co., New York, 1974, a year after the first UK edition. A total of 318 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, 10.25 x 12.5 inches, all in excellent condition.
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Signed book "Fonteyn -... read more >
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Signed book "Fonteyn - The Making of a Legend", a book by Keith Money. Fonteyn signed and inscribed this book on the title page, opposite to a full-page photograph of her. This is a larger size book mostly with photographs from her life, including captions and some text, first US edition by Reynal and Co., New York, 1974, a year after the first UK edition. A total of 318 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, 10.25 x 12.5 inches, all in excellent condition.
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one...

    $345.00 USD

    (Item #: H1547-J13)
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Signed book "Fonteyn - The Making of a Legend", a book by Keith Money. Fonteyn signed and inscribed this book on the title page, opposite to a full-page photograph of her. This is a larger size book mostly with photographs from her life, including captions and some text, first US edition by Reynal and Co., New York, 1974, a year after the first UK edition. A total of 318 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, 10.25 x 12.5 inches, all in excellent condition.
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Signed book "Fonteyn -... read more >
    British ballet dancer (1919-1991), considered by many one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Signed book "Fonteyn - The Making of a Legend", a book by Keith Money. Fonteyn signed and inscribed this book on the title page, opposite to a full-page photograph of her. This is a larger size book mostly with photographs from her life, including captions and some text, first US edition by Reynal and Co., New York, 1974, a year after the first UK edition. A total of 318 numbered pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, 10.25 x 12.5 inches, all in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: M6698-J2)
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books have been translated to many languages and adapted to film.  Signed book "The French´s lieutenant´s woman", first American edition, second printing, Little, Brown & Company, 1969. Signature is on the title page, 467 numbered pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books have been translated to many languages and adapted to film.  Signed book... read more >
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books have been translated to many languages and adapted to film.  Signed book "The French´s lieutenant´s woman", first American edition, second printing, Little, Brown & Company, 1969. Signature is on the title page, 467 numbered pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books...

    $250.00 USD

    (Item #: M6698-J2)
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books have been translated to many languages and adapted to film.  Signed book "The French´s lieutenant´s woman", first American edition, second printing, Little, Brown & Company, 1969. Signature is on the title page, 467 numbered pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books have been translated to many languages and adapted to film.  Signed book... read more >
    English novelist (1926-2005) of international fame, his books have been translated to many languages and adapted to film.  Signed book "The French´s lieutenant´s woman", first American edition, second printing, Little, Brown & Company, 1969. Signature is on the title page, 467 numbered pages, hardcovers and dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H4395-J17)
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and teacher. An important composer, Franck wrote pieces for many different genres, including vocal, orchestral and chamber music. Signed score for his scared oratorio Les Béatitudes (1869-1879), inscribed "to my friend Auguez" and boldly signed by Franck on the title page. Crayon markings on the frontend page indicate past ownership: "N. Auguez, 49 Rue Nollet, Paris et 64 Rue St Lazare", this is obviously Franck´s friend to whom he dedicated this piece. Oratorio is dedicated to Franck´s wife. A total of 308 numbered pages plus extra pages and non-original hardcovers in black cloth and golden letters in the spine, published by Brandus, Paris, no year indicated. Size is 7.6 x 11 inches, spotted rust on pages and on the book´s edges, in overall very good condition.
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and teacher. An important composer, Franck wrote pieces for many different genres, including... read more >
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and teacher. An important composer, Franck wrote pieces for many different genres, including vocal, orchestral and chamber music. Signed score for his scared oratorio Les Béatitudes (1869-1879), inscribed "to my friend Auguez" and boldly signed by Franck on the title page. Crayon markings on the frontend page indicate past ownership: "N. Auguez, 49 Rue Nollet, Paris et 64 Rue St Lazare", this is obviously Franck´s friend to whom he dedicated this piece. Oratorio is dedicated to Franck´s wife. A total of 308 numbered pages plus extra pages and non-original hardcovers in black cloth and golden letters in the spine, published by Brandus, Paris, no year indicated. Size is 7.6 x 11 inches, spotted rust on pages and on the book´s edges, in overall very good condition.
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and...

    $1,495.00 USD

    (Item #: H4395-J17)
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and teacher. An important composer, Franck wrote pieces for many different genres, including vocal, orchestral and chamber music. Signed score for his scared oratorio Les Béatitudes (1869-1879), inscribed "to my friend Auguez" and boldly signed by Franck on the title page. Crayon markings on the frontend page indicate past ownership: "N. Auguez, 49 Rue Nollet, Paris et 64 Rue St Lazare", this is obviously Franck´s friend to whom he dedicated this piece. Oratorio is dedicated to Franck´s wife. A total of 308 numbered pages plus extra pages and non-original hardcovers in black cloth and golden letters in the spine, published by Brandus, Paris, no year indicated. Size is 7.6 x 11 inches, spotted rust on pages and on the book´s edges, in overall very good condition.
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and teacher. An important composer, Franck wrote pieces for many different genres, including... read more >
    Belgian-born French romantic composer (1822-1890), pianist, organist and teacher. An important composer, Franck wrote pieces for many different genres, including vocal, orchestral and chamber music. Signed score for his scared oratorio Les Béatitudes (1869-1879), inscribed "to my friend Auguez" and boldly signed by Franck on the title page. Crayon markings on the frontend page indicate past ownership: "N. Auguez, 49 Rue Nollet, Paris et 64 Rue St Lazare", this is obviously Franck´s friend to whom he dedicated this piece. Oratorio is dedicated to Franck´s wife. A total of 308 numbered pages plus extra pages and non-original hardcovers in black cloth and golden letters in the spine, published by Brandus, Paris, no year indicated. Size is 7.6 x 11 inches, spotted rust on pages and on the book´s edges, in overall very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4708-G2)
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Andrea Chenier", his most famous work, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan, 1922.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 246 numbered pages, 9 x 11.6 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition.
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his... read more >
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Andrea Chenier", his most famous work, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan, 1922.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 246 numbered pages, 9 x 11.6 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition.
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing...

    $1,895.00 USD

    (Item #: H4708-G2)
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Andrea Chenier", his most famous work, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan, 1922.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 246 numbered pages, 9 x 11.6 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition.
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his... read more >
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Andrea Chenier", his most famous work, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan, 1922.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 246 numbered pages, 9 x 11.6 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4710-G2)
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Fedora", one of his most popular works, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sanzogno, Milan, 1898.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 254 numbered pages, 9.25 x 11.8 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition. See scans of the full title page and the first title page, with the autograph.
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his... read more >
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Fedora", one of his most popular works, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sanzogno, Milan, 1898.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 254 numbered pages, 9.25 x 11.8 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition. See scans of the full title page and the first title page, with the autograph.
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing...

    $1,475.00 USD

    (Item #: H4710-G2)
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Fedora", one of his most popular works, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sanzogno, Milan, 1898.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 254 numbered pages, 9.25 x 11.8 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition. See scans of the full title page and the first title page, with the autograph.
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his... read more >
    Italian verismo opera composer (1867-1948), famous for composing Andrea Chenier and Fedora, his two most famous operas. Score of his opera "Fedora", one of his most popular works, signed by him on the first title page. Version for piano and voice, published by Edoardo Sanzogno, Milan, 1898.  Giordano boldly signed on the first title page, inscribing his autograph to Canadian pianist and teacher Helena Plaxton, dating this in 1927. 254 numbered pages, 9.25 x 11.8 inches, rebound covers with leather spine printed in golden letters with the name of the opera, in very good condition. See scans of the full title page and the first title page, with the autograph.
  • (Item #: H0014-CH7)
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the 107th Mayor of New York city (1994-2001), Giuliani was politically first a Democrat, then independent, and then (since 1980) a Republican.  Signed book, leather-bound series of signed books by Miramax Books/Hyperion, New York, first edition 2002. This is signed copy 148 of a total of 1000, signature is on the first blank page, 407 numbered pages, gilded edges, hardcovers, 6.4 x 9.4 inches, in excellent condition.
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the 107th Mayor of New York city (1994-2001), Giuliani was politically first a... read more >
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the 107th Mayor of New York city (1994-2001), Giuliani was politically first a Democrat, then independent, and then (since 1980) a Republican.  Signed book, leather-bound series of signed books by Miramax Books/Hyperion, New York, first edition 2002. This is signed copy 148 of a total of 1000, signature is on the first blank page, 407 numbered pages, gilded edges, hardcovers, 6.4 x 9.4 inches, in excellent condition.
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the...

    $85.00 USD

    (Item #: H0014-CH7)
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the 107th Mayor of New York city (1994-2001), Giuliani was politically first a Democrat, then independent, and then (since 1980) a Republican.  Signed book, leather-bound series of signed books by Miramax Books/Hyperion, New York, first edition 2002. This is signed copy 148 of a total of 1000, signature is on the first blank page, 407 numbered pages, gilded edges, hardcovers, 6.4 x 9.4 inches, in excellent condition.
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the 107th Mayor of New York city (1994-2001), Giuliani was politically first a... read more >
    American politician (b.1944), attorney, businessman, who was the 107th Mayor of New York city (1994-2001), Giuliani was politically first a Democrat, then independent, and then (since 1980) a Republican.  Signed book, leather-bound series of signed books by Miramax Books/Hyperion, New York, first edition 2002. This is signed copy 148 of a total of 1000, signature is on the first blank page, 407 numbered pages, gilded edges, hardcovers, 6.4 x 9.4 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: GC1960-GX242)
    First English edition of the score, printed by Novello (1882), of this oratorio by Charles Gounod.  Signed by Gounod on the first page, score book comes with a program from the Birmingham Choral Society for a performance of The Redemption in 1905-06. The Birmingham Choral Society world premiered this oratorio in Birmingham in 1882. Score is 7 x 9.9 inches, 174 pages, in excellent condition, playbill is 4.9 x 8.5 inches - see scans.
    First English edition of the score, printed by Novello (1882), of this oratorio by Charles Gounod.  Signed by Gounod on... read more >
    First English edition of the score, printed by Novello (1882), of this oratorio by Charles Gounod.  Signed by Gounod on the first page, score book comes with a program from the Birmingham Choral Society for a performance of The Redemption in 1905-06. The Birmingham Choral Society world premiered this oratorio in Birmingham in 1882. Score is 7 x 9.9 inches, 174 pages, in excellent condition, playbill is 4.9 x 8.5 inches - see scans.
    First English edition of the score, printed by...

    $675.00 USD

    (Item #: GC1960-GX242)
    First English edition of the score, printed by Novello (1882), of this oratorio by Charles Gounod.  Signed by Gounod on the first page, score book comes with a program from the Birmingham Choral Society for a performance of The Redemption in 1905-06. The Birmingham Choral Society world premiered this oratorio in Birmingham in 1882. Score is 7 x 9.9 inches, 174 pages, in excellent condition, playbill is 4.9 x 8.5 inches - see scans.
    First English edition of the score, printed by Novello (1882), of this oratorio by Charles Gounod.  Signed by Gounod on... read more >
    First English edition of the score, printed by Novello (1882), of this oratorio by Charles Gounod.  Signed by Gounod on the first page, score book comes with a program from the Birmingham Choral Society for a performance of The Redemption in 1905-06. The Birmingham Choral Society world premiered this oratorio in Birmingham in 1882. Score is 7 x 9.9 inches, 174 pages, in excellent condition, playbill is 4.9 x 8.5 inches - see scans.
  • (Item #: H4397-J17)
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive (1835).  Printed score for voice and piano for his opera in 5 acts "Le Juif Errant" (The Wandering Jew, 1852), successful work and one of his last operas. Luxurious red hardcovers engraved with the name of the person Halevy dedicated this to, Jules Janin. Published by Brandus, Paris and London, dated by Halevy in ink in 1853. Boldly signed by composer Fromental Halevy on the title page, where he inscribed this to famous French writer and critic Jules Janin (1804-1874), who was a composer himself. Large volume, 10.75 x 13.5 inches, with 340 numbered pages plus extras, some spotted rust, wear on covers, in very good condition.  
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive (1835).  Printed score for voice and piano for his opera in 5... read more >
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive (1835).  Printed score for voice and piano for his opera in 5 acts "Le Juif Errant" (The Wandering Jew, 1852), successful work and one of his last operas. Luxurious red hardcovers engraved with the name of the person Halevy dedicated this to, Jules Janin. Published by Brandus, Paris and London, dated by Halevy in ink in 1853. Boldly signed by composer Fromental Halevy on the title page, where he inscribed this to famous French writer and critic Jules Janin (1804-1874), who was a composer himself. Large volume, 10.75 x 13.5 inches, with 340 numbered pages plus extras, some spotted rust, wear on covers, in very good condition.  
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive...

    $1,575.00 USD

    (Item #: H4397-J17)
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive (1835).  Printed score for voice and piano for his opera in 5 acts "Le Juif Errant" (The Wandering Jew, 1852), successful work and one of his last operas. Luxurious red hardcovers engraved with the name of the person Halevy dedicated this to, Jules Janin. Published by Brandus, Paris and London, dated by Halevy in ink in 1853. Boldly signed by composer Fromental Halevy on the title page, where he inscribed this to famous French writer and critic Jules Janin (1804-1874), who was a composer himself. Large volume, 10.75 x 13.5 inches, with 340 numbered pages plus extras, some spotted rust, wear on covers, in very good condition.  
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive (1835).  Printed score for voice and piano for his opera in 5... read more >
    French composer (1799-1862), well-known today for his opera La Juive (1835).  Printed score for voice and piano for his opera in 5 acts "Le Juif Errant" (The Wandering Jew, 1852), successful work and one of his last operas. Luxurious red hardcovers engraved with the name of the person Halevy dedicated this to, Jules Janin. Published by Brandus, Paris and London, dated by Halevy in ink in 1853. Boldly signed by composer Fromental Halevy on the title page, where he inscribed this to famous French writer and critic Jules Janin (1804-1874), who was a composer himself. Large volume, 10.75 x 13.5 inches, with 340 numbered pages plus extras, some spotted rust, wear on covers, in very good condition.  
  • (Item #: H4108-CH6)
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous novel "Roots" (1976), later adapted as a TV miniseries.  Signed book "Roots", inscribed and dated by him in 1979, with a long sentiment mentioning Kunta Kinte, the main character of his famous novel. Hardcovers, first edition by Doubleday & Co., New York, 1976. Dust jacket with some cracks, book is in excellent condition.
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous novel "Roots" (1976), later adapted as a TV miniseries.  Signed book "Roots",... read more >
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous novel "Roots" (1976), later adapted as a TV miniseries.  Signed book "Roots", inscribed and dated by him in 1979, with a long sentiment mentioning Kunta Kinte, the main character of his famous novel. Hardcovers, first edition by Doubleday & Co., New York, 1976. Dust jacket with some cracks, book is in excellent condition.
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous...

    $295.00 USD

    (Item #: H4108-CH6)
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous novel "Roots" (1976), later adapted as a TV miniseries.  Signed book "Roots", inscribed and dated by him in 1979, with a long sentiment mentioning Kunta Kinte, the main character of his famous novel. Hardcovers, first edition by Doubleday & Co., New York, 1976. Dust jacket with some cracks, book is in excellent condition.
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous novel "Roots" (1976), later adapted as a TV miniseries.  Signed book "Roots",... read more >
    American writer (1921-1992), and author of the famous novel "Roots" (1976), later adapted as a TV miniseries.  Signed book "Roots", inscribed and dated by him in 1979, with a long sentiment mentioning Kunta Kinte, the main character of his famous novel. Hardcovers, first edition by Doubleday & Co., New York, 1976. Dust jacket with some cracks, book is in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H4406-J15)
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between 1927-2002. His autobiography "Hamp: an Autobiography" written together with James Haskins; signed and inscribed on the first title page with a short sentiment by Hampton.  Published by Warner Books, 1989, 1st Edition, 286 pages, illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket.  Size is 6.2 x 9.25 inches, minor stains of the front end page, in very good condition.
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between 1927-2002. His autobiography "Hamp: an Autobiography" written together with James Haskins; signed... read more >
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between 1927-2002. His autobiography "Hamp: an Autobiography" written together with James Haskins; signed and inscribed on the first title page with a short sentiment by Hampton.  Published by Warner Books, 1989, 1st Edition, 286 pages, illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket.  Size is 6.2 x 9.25 inches, minor stains of the front end page, in very good condition.
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between...

    $140.00 USD

    (Item #: H4406-J15)
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between 1927-2002. His autobiography "Hamp: an Autobiography" written together with James Haskins; signed and inscribed on the first title page with a short sentiment by Hampton.  Published by Warner Books, 1989, 1st Edition, 286 pages, illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket.  Size is 6.2 x 9.25 inches, minor stains of the front end page, in very good condition.
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between 1927-2002. His autobiography "Hamp: an Autobiography" written together with James Haskins; signed... read more >
    American jazz percussionist (1908-2002), and bandleader, active between 1927-2002. His autobiography "Hamp: an Autobiography" written together with James Haskins; signed and inscribed on the first title page with a short sentiment by Hampton.  Published by Warner Books, 1989, 1st Edition, 286 pages, illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket.  Size is 6.2 x 9.25 inches, minor stains of the front end page, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H1467-J12)
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his commentaries on domestic and foreign policy, his artistic name was Herblock. Signed book "Through the Looking Glass - The Reagan Years in Words and Pictures", first edition, 1984, published by W.W. Norton and Co, New York. 287 numbered pages with many full-page caricatures, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Block on the frontend page, size is 6.4 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his commentaries on domestic and foreign policy, his artistic name was Herblock. Signed... read more >
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his commentaries on domestic and foreign policy, his artistic name was Herblock. Signed book "Through the Looking Glass - The Reagan Years in Words and Pictures", first edition, 1984, published by W.W. Norton and Co, New York. 287 numbered pages with many full-page caricatures, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Block on the frontend page, size is 6.4 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his...

    $130.00 USD

    (Item #: H1467-J12)
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his commentaries on domestic and foreign policy, his artistic name was Herblock. Signed book "Through the Looking Glass - The Reagan Years in Words and Pictures", first edition, 1984, published by W.W. Norton and Co, New York. 287 numbered pages with many full-page caricatures, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Block on the frontend page, size is 6.4 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his commentaries on domestic and foreign policy, his artistic name was Herblock. Signed... read more >
    American cartoonist and author (1909-2001), known for his commentaries on domestic and foreign policy, his artistic name was Herblock. Signed book "Through the Looking Glass - The Reagan Years in Words and Pictures", first edition, 1984, published by W.W. Norton and Co, New York. 287 numbered pages with many full-page caricatures, hardcovers, dust jacket. Signed by Block on the frontend page, size is 6.4 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4900-J9)
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "In the Arena" signed and inscribed by him on the first full title page.  First edition by Simon Schuster, New York, 1995.  Size is 6.4 x 9.4 inches, 592 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book... read more >
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "In the Arena" signed and inscribed by him on the first full title page.  First edition by Simon Schuster, New York, 1995.  Size is 6.4 x 9.4 inches, 592 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared...

    $160.00 USD

    (Item #: H4900-J9)
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "In the Arena" signed and inscribed by him on the first full title page.  First edition by Simon Schuster, New York, 1995.  Size is 6.4 x 9.4 inches, 592 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book... read more >
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "In the Arena" signed and inscribed by him on the first full title page.  First edition by Simon Schuster, New York, 1995.  Size is 6.4 x 9.4 inches, 592 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H4150-J16)
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "The Actor's Life" signed and inscribed by him on the front end page; published by Henry Robbins, New York, 1st Edition, reprinted 1978, including black and white photographs at the center.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 482 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition.
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book... read more >
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "The Actor's Life" signed and inscribed by him on the front end page; published by Henry Robbins, New York, 1st Edition, reprinted 1978, including black and white photographs at the center.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 482 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition.
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared...

    $120.00 USD

    (Item #: H4150-J16)
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "The Actor's Life" signed and inscribed by him on the front end page; published by Henry Robbins, New York, 1st Edition, reprinted 1978, including black and white photographs at the center.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 482 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition.
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book... read more >
    American actor (1923-2008) and political activist, who appeared in almost 100 films over the course of 60 years. His book "The Actor's Life" signed and inscribed by him on the front end page; published by Henry Robbins, New York, 1st Edition, reprinted 1978, including black and white photographs at the center.  Size is 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 482 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H0006-CH6)
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together with Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay was the first climber confirmed to have reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953.  Signed book, part of the series of signed leather-bound editions by The Easton Press, 310 numbered pages, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, gilded edges, in excellent condition. Also included is a small certificate of authenticity signed by Edmund Hillary, dated Jan 21st, 2005, a witness and Roy S. Pfeil from Easton Press (not shown).
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together with Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay was the first climber confirmed to have... read more >
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together with Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay was the first climber confirmed to have reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953.  Signed book, part of the series of signed leather-bound editions by The Easton Press, 310 numbered pages, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, gilded edges, in excellent condition. Also included is a small certificate of authenticity signed by Edmund Hillary, dated Jan 21st, 2005, a witness and Roy S. Pfeil from Easton Press (not shown).
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together...

    $300.00 USD

    (Item #: H0006-CH6)
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together with Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay was the first climber confirmed to have reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953.  Signed book, part of the series of signed leather-bound editions by The Easton Press, 310 numbered pages, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, gilded edges, in excellent condition. Also included is a small certificate of authenticity signed by Edmund Hillary, dated Jan 21st, 2005, a witness and Roy S. Pfeil from Easton Press (not shown).
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together with Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay was the first climber confirmed to have... read more >
    New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist (1919-2008), together with Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay was the first climber confirmed to have reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953.  Signed book, part of the series of signed leather-bound editions by The Easton Press, 310 numbered pages, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, gilded edges, in excellent condition. Also included is a small certificate of authenticity signed by Edmund Hillary, dated Jan 21st, 2005, a witness and Roy S. Pfeil from Easton Press (not shown).
  • (Item #: H4316-J8)
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the Romantic era, one of the most famous writers in French language. His book "L´Anee Terrible", signed by him on the title page, first edition, reprint 1874 (original was in 1872) by Michel Levy Freres, Paris, 280 numbered pages, re-bound (no original covers), 7.5 x 10.75 inches. Leather spine and covers showing wear, firm spine and binding in excellent condition, spotted rust on pages but in overall very good condition.
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the Romantic era, one of the most famous writers in French language. His... read more >
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the Romantic era, one of the most famous writers in French language. His book "L´Anee Terrible", signed by him on the title page, first edition, reprint 1874 (original was in 1872) by Michel Levy Freres, Paris, 280 numbered pages, re-bound (no original covers), 7.5 x 10.75 inches. Leather spine and covers showing wear, firm spine and binding in excellent condition, spotted rust on pages but in overall very good condition.
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the...

    $1,295.00 USD

    (Item #: H4316-J8)
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the Romantic era, one of the most famous writers in French language. His book "L´Anee Terrible", signed by him on the title page, first edition, reprint 1874 (original was in 1872) by Michel Levy Freres, Paris, 280 numbered pages, re-bound (no original covers), 7.5 x 10.75 inches. Leather spine and covers showing wear, firm spine and binding in excellent condition, spotted rust on pages but in overall very good condition.
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the Romantic era, one of the most famous writers in French language. His... read more >
    French poet (1802-1885), novelist and dramatist of the Romantic era, one of the most famous writers in French language. His book "L´Anee Terrible", signed by him on the title page, first edition, reprint 1874 (original was in 1872) by Michel Levy Freres, Paris, 280 numbered pages, re-bound (no original covers), 7.5 x 10.75 inches. Leather spine and covers showing wear, firm spine and binding in excellent condition, spotted rust on pages but in overall very good condition.
  • (Item #: M5187-ABE)
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book signed by him on first page, inscribed to his friend Jules Martiny, who wrote a famous book on the history of the Theatre in Liege, Belgium.  Published in Brussels by Schott Freres, 1890 - first edition, 720 pages. Red leather, rubbed and worn, original wrappers bound in. Signed on first page by the authors, complete, a fine copy. Size is 7.9 x 11.25 inches. Also included is an unsigned half-tone photo of Isnardon, shown in Faust, mounted on light cardboard, total size is 6.9 x 10.5 inches.  Signed copies of this book are very rare.
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book signed by him on first page, inscribed to his friend Jules Martiny,... read more >
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book signed by him on first page, inscribed to his friend Jules Martiny, who wrote a famous book on the history of the Theatre in Liege, Belgium.  Published in Brussels by Schott Freres, 1890 - first edition, 720 pages. Red leather, rubbed and worn, original wrappers bound in. Signed on first page by the authors, complete, a fine copy. Size is 7.9 x 11.25 inches. Also included is an unsigned half-tone photo of Isnardon, shown in Faust, mounted on light cardboard, total size is 6.9 x 10.5 inches.  Signed copies of this book are very rare.
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book...

    $320.00 USD

    (Item #: M5187-ABE)
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book signed by him on first page, inscribed to his friend Jules Martiny, who wrote a famous book on the history of the Theatre in Liege, Belgium.  Published in Brussels by Schott Freres, 1890 - first edition, 720 pages. Red leather, rubbed and worn, original wrappers bound in. Signed on first page by the authors, complete, a fine copy. Size is 7.9 x 11.25 inches. Also included is an unsigned half-tone photo of Isnardon, shown in Faust, mounted on light cardboard, total size is 6.9 x 10.5 inches.  Signed copies of this book are very rare.
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book signed by him on first page, inscribed to his friend Jules Martiny,... read more >
    French Bass-baritone and voice teacher (1860-1930), his book signed by him on first page, inscribed to his friend Jules Martiny, who wrote a famous book on the history of the Theatre in Liege, Belgium.  Published in Brussels by Schott Freres, 1890 - first edition, 720 pages. Red leather, rubbed and worn, original wrappers bound in. Signed on first page by the authors, complete, a fine copy. Size is 7.9 x 11.25 inches. Also included is an unsigned half-tone photo of Isnardon, shown in Faust, mounted on light cardboard, total size is 6.9 x 10.5 inches.  Signed copies of this book are very rare.
  • (Item #: H4987-CH7)
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times described him in his obituary as ¨probably the world´s best-known conductor and one of the most powerful figures in classical music¨. Signed mini-book "Karajan", 64 pages, text in German, with many photos in black and white, boldly signed by Karajan on the title page. Published by Rembrandt Verlag, Berlin, second edition, 1962. Size is 5.3 x 7.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times described him in his obituary as ¨probably the world´s best-known conductor and... read more >
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times described him in his obituary as ¨probably the world´s best-known conductor and one of the most powerful figures in classical music¨. Signed mini-book "Karajan", 64 pages, text in German, with many photos in black and white, boldly signed by Karajan on the title page. Published by Rembrandt Verlag, Berlin, second edition, 1962. Size is 5.3 x 7.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times...

    $395.00 USD

    (Item #: H4987-CH7)
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times described him in his obituary as ¨probably the world´s best-known conductor and one of the most powerful figures in classical music¨. Signed mini-book "Karajan", 64 pages, text in German, with many photos in black and white, boldly signed by Karajan on the title page. Published by Rembrandt Verlag, Berlin, second edition, 1962. Size is 5.3 x 7.25 inches, in excellent condition.
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times described him in his obituary as ¨probably the world´s best-known conductor and... read more >
    Star German conductor (1908-1999), The New York Times described him in his obituary as ¨probably the world´s best-known conductor and one of the most powerful figures in classical music¨. Signed mini-book "Karajan", 64 pages, text in German, with many photos in black and white, boldly signed by Karajan on the title page. Published by Rembrandt Verlag, Berlin, second edition, 1962. Size is 5.3 x 7.25 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H4287-J15)
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist (1880-1968). Keller lost her sight and hearing before she was 2 years old. Her signed biography "The Story of My Life", originally published in 1902, this is the 10th printing by Dell Publishing Co., New York, 1965. Helen Keller signature is on the full title page. Soft covers, 416 numbered pages, 4.1 x 6.3 inches, some wear and minor stains on covers, in very good condition.
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist (1880-1968). Keller lost her sight and hearing before she was 2 years... read more >
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist (1880-1968). Keller lost her sight and hearing before she was 2 years old. Her signed biography "The Story of My Life", originally published in 1902, this is the 10th printing by Dell Publishing Co., New York, 1965. Helen Keller signature is on the full title page. Soft covers, 416 numbered pages, 4.1 x 6.3 inches, some wear and minor stains on covers, in very good condition.
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist...

    $495.00 USD

    (Item #: H4287-J15)
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist (1880-1968). Keller lost her sight and hearing before she was 2 years old. Her signed biography "The Story of My Life", originally published in 1902, this is the 10th printing by Dell Publishing Co., New York, 1965. Helen Keller signature is on the full title page. Soft covers, 416 numbered pages, 4.1 x 6.3 inches, some wear and minor stains on covers, in very good condition.
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist (1880-1968). Keller lost her sight and hearing before she was 2 years... read more >
    American author, disability rights advocate and political activist (1880-1968). Keller lost her sight and hearing before she was 2 years old. Her signed biography "The Story of My Life", originally published in 1902, this is the 10th printing by Dell Publishing Co., New York, 1965. Helen Keller signature is on the full title page. Soft covers, 416 numbered pages, 4.1 x 6.3 inches, some wear and minor stains on covers, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4259-L16)
    American composer of musical theater and popular music (1885-1945), considered one of the most important American composers for theater music in the first part of the 20th Century.  Signed score for his theater musical "Music in the Air" (read more HERE), first edition, 1933, published by T.B. Harms, New York. Kern signed this printed score for voice and piano on the title page, and inscribed it to custom designer Madi Christians. Size is 8.75 x 11.5 inches, softcover, 216 numbered pages plus extras, spine is partially loose and repaired with tape, in overall very good condition.
    American composer of musical theater and popular music (1885-1945), considered one of the most important American composers for theater music... read more >
    American composer of musical theater and popular music (1885-1945), considered one of the most important American composers for theater music in the first part of the 20th Century.  Signed score for his theater musical "Music in the Air" (read more HERE), first edition, 1933, published by T.B. Harms, New York. Kern signed this printed score for voice and piano on the title page, and inscribed it to custom designer Madi Christians. Size is 8.75 x 11.5 inches, softcover, 216 numbered pages plus extras, spine is partially loose and repaired with tape, in overall very good condition.
    American composer of musical theater and popular music...

    $1,095.00 USD

    (Item #: H4259-L16)
    American composer of musical theater and popular music (1885-1945), considered one of the most important American composers for theater music in the first part of the 20th Century.  Signed score for his theater musical "Music in the Air" (read more HERE), first edition, 1933, published by T.B. Harms, New York. Kern signed this printed score for voice and piano on the title page, and inscribed it to custom designer Madi Christians. Size is 8.75 x 11.5 inches, softcover, 216 numbered pages plus extras, spine is partially loose and repaired with tape, in overall very good condition.
    American composer of musical theater and popular music (1885-1945), considered one of the most important American composers for theater music... read more >
    American composer of musical theater and popular music (1885-1945), considered one of the most important American composers for theater music in the first part of the 20th Century.  Signed score for his theater musical "Music in the Air" (read more HERE), first edition, 1933, published by T.B. Harms, New York. Kern signed this printed score for voice and piano on the title page, and inscribed it to custom designer Madi Christians. Size is 8.75 x 11.5 inches, softcover, 216 numbered pages plus extras, spine is partially loose and repaired with tape, in overall very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4561-CH3)
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. His book "Bag of Bones" signed by him on the first title page.  Published by Hodder & Stoughton, United Kingdom, 1st UK Edition, 1st Printing, 1998.  Size is 6.25 x 9.75 x 1.75 inches, 516 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition. Tag: Stephen King Autograph.
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. His book "Bag of Bones" signed by... read more >
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. His book "Bag of Bones" signed by him on the first title page.  Published by Hodder & Stoughton, United Kingdom, 1st UK Edition, 1st Printing, 1998.  Size is 6.25 x 9.75 x 1.75 inches, 516 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition. Tag: Stephen King Autograph.
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense,...

    $400.00 USD

    (Item #: H4561-CH3)
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. His book "Bag of Bones" signed by him on the first title page.  Published by Hodder & Stoughton, United Kingdom, 1st UK Edition, 1st Printing, 1998.  Size is 6.25 x 9.75 x 1.75 inches, 516 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition. Tag: Stephen King Autograph.
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. His book "Bag of Bones" signed by... read more >
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. His book "Bag of Bones" signed by him on the first title page.  Published by Hodder & Stoughton, United Kingdom, 1st UK Edition, 1st Printing, 1998.  Size is 6.25 x 9.75 x 1.75 inches, 516 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in very good condition. Tag: Stephen King Autograph.
  • (Item #: H3985-CH7)
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. Signed book "Four Past Midnight", inscribed and dated by him in 1993 on the frontend page. First edition, 1990 by Viking Penguin, first printing, 763 numbered pages, dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, in excellent condition.
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. Signed book "Four Past Midnight", inscribed and... read more >
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. Signed book "Four Past Midnight", inscribed and dated by him in 1993 on the frontend page. First edition, 1990 by Viking Penguin, first printing, 763 numbered pages, dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, in excellent condition.
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense,...

    $760.00 USD

    (Item #: H3985-CH7)
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. Signed book "Four Past Midnight", inscribed and dated by him in 1993 on the frontend page. First edition, 1990 by Viking Penguin, first printing, 763 numbered pages, dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, in excellent condition.
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. Signed book "Four Past Midnight", inscribed and... read more >
    American author (b.1947) of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels. Signed book "Four Past Midnight", inscribed and dated by him in 1993 on the frontend page. First edition, 1990 by Viking Penguin, first printing, 763 numbered pages, dust jacket, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, hardcovers, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H0036-CH9)
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world famous for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India and tales for children. Signed book, published by Doubleday, Page & Co, New York, 1920, with many black and white photographs. Hardcovers, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world famous for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India and... read more >
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world famous for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India and tales for children. Signed book, published by Doubleday, Page & Co, New York, 1920, with many black and white photographs. Hardcovers, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world...

    $450.00 USD

    (Item #: H0036-CH9)
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world famous for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India and tales for children. Signed book, published by Doubleday, Page & Co, New York, 1920, with many black and white photographs. Hardcovers, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world famous for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India and... read more >
    English short-story writer, poet and novelist (1865-1936), world famous for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India and tales for children. Signed book, published by Doubleday, Page & Co, New York, 1920, with many black and white photographs. Hardcovers, 6.25 x 9.5 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H2433-J15)
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and Reflections", boldly signed by him on the frontend page. Published by ForeEdge, 2017, hardcovers, dust jacket, 190 numbered pages, in excellent condition. Also included is a program for a concert in Chicago in May 2018, with a ticket stub to meet Kissin after the concert (not shown). All in excellent condition.
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and Reflections", boldly signed by him on the frontend page. Published by ForeEdge,... read more >
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and Reflections", boldly signed by him on the frontend page. Published by ForeEdge, 2017, hardcovers, dust jacket, 190 numbered pages, in excellent condition. Also included is a program for a concert in Chicago in May 2018, with a ticket stub to meet Kissin after the concert (not shown). All in excellent condition.
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and...

    $295.00 USD

    (Item #: H2433-J15)
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and Reflections", boldly signed by him on the frontend page. Published by ForeEdge, 2017, hardcovers, dust jacket, 190 numbered pages, in excellent condition. Also included is a program for a concert in Chicago in May 2018, with a ticket stub to meet Kissin after the concert (not shown). All in excellent condition.
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and Reflections", boldly signed by him on the frontend page. Published by ForeEdge,... read more >
    Star Russian pianist (b.1971), his book "Memoirs and Reflections", boldly signed by him on the frontend page. Published by ForeEdge, 2017, hardcovers, dust jacket, 190 numbered pages, in excellent condition. Also included is a program for a concert in Chicago in May 2018, with a ticket stub to meet Kissin after the concert (not shown). All in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: N1821-KC)
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages, condition: like new. Published in 1953. Signed on first page by Lucine Amara, Roberta Peters, Mildred Miller, Margaret Roggero, Giulio Gari, Janet Collins, Zachary Solov, Paula Lenchner, Genevieve Warner, Osie Hawkins, Met manager Rudolf Bing and conductor Max Rudolf. Tenor Brian Sullivan signed on inner cover, opposite than all other signatures.
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages, condition: like new. Published in 1953. Signed on first page by Lucine... read more >
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages, condition: like new. Published in 1953. Signed on first page by Lucine Amara, Roberta Peters, Mildred Miller, Margaret Roggero, Giulio Gari, Janet Collins, Zachary Solov, Paula Lenchner, Genevieve Warner, Osie Hawkins, Met manager Rudolf Bing and conductor Max Rudolf. Tenor Brian Sullivan signed on inner cover, opposite than all other signatures.
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages,...

    $195.00 USD

    (Item #: N1821-KC)
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages, condition: like new. Published in 1953. Signed on first page by Lucine Amara, Roberta Peters, Mildred Miller, Margaret Roggero, Giulio Gari, Janet Collins, Zachary Solov, Paula Lenchner, Genevieve Warner, Osie Hawkins, Met manager Rudolf Bing and conductor Max Rudolf. Tenor Brian Sullivan signed on inner cover, opposite than all other signatures.
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages, condition: like new. Published in 1953. Signed on first page by Lucine... read more >
    Complete book by Irving Kolodin, over 600 pages, condition: like new. Published in 1953. Signed on first page by Lucine Amara, Roberta Peters, Mildred Miller, Margaret Roggero, Giulio Gari, Janet Collins, Zachary Solov, Paula Lenchner, Genevieve Warner, Osie Hawkins, Met manager Rudolf Bing and conductor Max Rudolf. Tenor Brian Sullivan signed on inner cover, opposite than all other signatures.
  • (Item #: H3609-J15)
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the expansion and creation of the largest fast food corporation in the world, McDonald´s.  His book "Grinding it Out - The Making of McDonald´s" signed by him and inscribed on frontend page, dated by him in June 1977 (see scans). First edition, published by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1977. Hardcovers in brown faux leather with McDonald´s logo in gold, no dust jacket, library blind stamp on frontend page. Size is 6.25 x 9.2 inches, 201 numbered pages including several pages with black and white photographs, in excellent condition.
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the expansion and creation of the largest fast food corporation in the world,... read more >
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the expansion and creation of the largest fast food corporation in the world, McDonald´s.  His book "Grinding it Out - The Making of McDonald´s" signed by him and inscribed on frontend page, dated by him in June 1977 (see scans). First edition, published by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1977. Hardcovers in brown faux leather with McDonald´s logo in gold, no dust jacket, library blind stamp on frontend page. Size is 6.25 x 9.2 inches, 201 numbered pages including several pages with black and white photographs, in excellent condition.
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the...

    $1,095.00 USD

    (Item #: H3609-J15)
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the expansion and creation of the largest fast food corporation in the world, McDonald´s.  His book "Grinding it Out - The Making of McDonald´s" signed by him and inscribed on frontend page, dated by him in June 1977 (see scans). First edition, published by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1977. Hardcovers in brown faux leather with McDonald´s logo in gold, no dust jacket, library blind stamp on frontend page. Size is 6.25 x 9.2 inches, 201 numbered pages including several pages with black and white photographs, in excellent condition.
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the expansion and creation of the largest fast food corporation in the world,... read more >
    American entrepreneur and businessman (1902-1984), responsible for the expansion and creation of the largest fast food corporation in the world, McDonald´s.  His book "Grinding it Out - The Making of McDonald´s" signed by him and inscribed on frontend page, dated by him in June 1977 (see scans). First edition, published by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1977. Hardcovers in brown faux leather with McDonald´s logo in gold, no dust jacket, library blind stamp on frontend page. Size is 6.25 x 9.2 inches, 201 numbered pages including several pages with black and white photographs, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H1460-J11)
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit against the National Archives and Richard Nixon, which won the release of the tape recordings in relation with the Watergate scandal. Signed book, inscribed and dated in 1993, with a long sentiment, first edition 1990, published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York. A total of 731 numbered pages plus hard covers, dust jacket, all in very good condition. Signature is on the frontend page, 6.75 x 9.5 inches.
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit against the National Archives and Richard Nixon, which won the release of... read more >
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit against the National Archives and Richard Nixon, which won the release of the tape recordings in relation with the Watergate scandal. Signed book, inscribed and dated in 1993, with a long sentiment, first edition 1990, published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York. A total of 731 numbered pages plus hard covers, dust jacket, all in very good condition. Signature is on the frontend page, 6.75 x 9.5 inches.
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit...

    $100.00 USD

    (Item #: H1460-J11)
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit against the National Archives and Richard Nixon, which won the release of the tape recordings in relation with the Watergate scandal. Signed book, inscribed and dated in 1993, with a long sentiment, first edition 1990, published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York. A total of 731 numbered pages plus hard covers, dust jacket, all in very good condition. Signature is on the frontend page, 6.75 x 9.5 inches.
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit against the National Archives and Richard Nixon, which won the release of... read more >
    American historian (1934-2015), best known for his lawsuit against the National Archives and Richard Nixon, which won the release of the tape recordings in relation with the Watergate scandal. Signed book, inscribed and dated in 1993, with a long sentiment, first edition 1990, published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York. A total of 731 numbered pages plus hard covers, dust jacket, all in very good condition. Signature is on the frontend page, 6.75 x 9.5 inches.
  • (Item #: M6744-J2)
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of the character "Woody Woodpecker".  Signed book by Joe Adamson, Lantz´ signature is on the frontend page, 254 numbered pages with many black and white illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket, 6.25 x 9.2 inches, in excellent condition.
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of the character "Woody Woodpecker".  Signed book by Joe Adamson, Lantz´ signature is... read more >
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of the character "Woody Woodpecker".  Signed book by Joe Adamson, Lantz´ signature is on the frontend page, 254 numbered pages with many black and white illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket, 6.25 x 9.2 inches, in excellent condition.
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of...

    $200.00 USD

    (Item #: M6744-J2)
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of the character "Woody Woodpecker".  Signed book by Joe Adamson, Lantz´ signature is on the frontend page, 254 numbered pages with many black and white illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket, 6.25 x 9.2 inches, in excellent condition.
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of the character "Woody Woodpecker".  Signed book by Joe Adamson, Lantz´ signature is... read more >
    American cartoonist, animator and producer (1899-1994), creator of the character "Woody Woodpecker".  Signed book by Joe Adamson, Lantz´ signature is on the frontend page, 254 numbered pages with many black and white illustrations, hardcovers, dust jacket, 6.25 x 9.2 inches, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H5293-CH2)
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892) is considered one of the most successful in opera history.  Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Pagliacci" signed and inscribed by the composer with a short sentiment, dated in February 1909.  Score is 9.5 x 12.3 inches, 204 pages, edited by Sanzogno, Milan, 1893, first edition; soft covers partially trimmed at the top and rebound with hard covers, in very good condition.
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892) is considered one of the most successful in opera history.  Complete score... read more >
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892) is considered one of the most successful in opera history.  Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Pagliacci" signed and inscribed by the composer with a short sentiment, dated in February 1909.  Score is 9.5 x 12.3 inches, 204 pages, edited by Sanzogno, Milan, 1893, first edition; soft covers partially trimmed at the top and rebound with hard covers, in very good condition.
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892)...

    $1,650.00 USD

    (Item #: H5293-CH2)
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892) is considered one of the most successful in opera history.  Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Pagliacci" signed and inscribed by the composer with a short sentiment, dated in February 1909.  Score is 9.5 x 12.3 inches, 204 pages, edited by Sanzogno, Milan, 1893, first edition; soft covers partially trimmed at the top and rebound with hard covers, in very good condition.
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892) is considered one of the most successful in opera history.  Complete score... read more >
    Italian opera composer (1857-1919) whose opera Pagliacci (1892) is considered one of the most successful in opera history.  Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Pagliacci" signed and inscribed by the composer with a short sentiment, dated in February 1909.  Score is 9.5 x 12.3 inches, 204 pages, edited by Sanzogno, Milan, 1893, first edition; soft covers partially trimmed at the top and rebound with hard covers, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H0326-J7)
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book "Marie Taglioni (1804-1884), signed on the first blank page by Levinson, and inscribed to famous Austrian novelist, playwright, journalist and biographer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942). Published by Librairie Felix Alcan, Paris, 1929, one of only 100 that were printed on paper Lafuma pure thread. Book was rebound with new hard covers, of which the spine is missing, original covers are inside. A total of 141 numbered pages, a few illustrations, 5.75 x 8.2 inches, in very good condition.
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book "Marie Taglioni (1804-1884), signed on the first blank page by Levinson, and... read more >
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book "Marie Taglioni (1804-1884), signed on the first blank page by Levinson, and inscribed to famous Austrian novelist, playwright, journalist and biographer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942). Published by Librairie Felix Alcan, Paris, 1929, one of only 100 that were printed on paper Lafuma pure thread. Book was rebound with new hard covers, of which the spine is missing, original covers are inside. A total of 141 numbered pages, a few illustrations, 5.75 x 8.2 inches, in very good condition.
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book...

    $480.00 USD

    (Item #: H0326-J7)
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book "Marie Taglioni (1804-1884), signed on the first blank page by Levinson, and inscribed to famous Austrian novelist, playwright, journalist and biographer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942). Published by Librairie Felix Alcan, Paris, 1929, one of only 100 that were printed on paper Lafuma pure thread. Book was rebound with new hard covers, of which the spine is missing, original covers are inside. A total of 141 numbered pages, a few illustrations, 5.75 x 8.2 inches, in very good condition.
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book "Marie Taglioni (1804-1884), signed on the first blank page by Levinson, and... read more >
    Russian-born French dance journalist and writer (1887-1933). Book "Marie Taglioni (1804-1884), signed on the first blank page by Levinson, and inscribed to famous Austrian novelist, playwright, journalist and biographer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942). Published by Librairie Felix Alcan, Paris, 1929, one of only 100 that were printed on paper Lafuma pure thread. Book was rebound with new hard covers, of which the spine is missing, original covers are inside. A total of 141 numbered pages, a few illustrations, 5.75 x 8.2 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H4706-L14)
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian origin, one of the greatest ballet male dancers of the 20th century. His book "Dance", version in Spanish ("La Danza"), boldly signed by him and inscribed on the first title page, dated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1950.  Translation into Spanish from the French original, published by Ed. Siglo Veinte, Argentina, 1947. A total of 290 numbered pages, dust jacket, hardcover. Dust jacket is in fair condition, book in very good condition, 6.5 x 9.2 inches.
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian origin, one of the greatest ballet male dancers of the 20th century.... read more >
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian origin, one of the greatest ballet male dancers of the 20th century. His book "Dance", version in Spanish ("La Danza"), boldly signed by him and inscribed on the first title page, dated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1950.  Translation into Spanish from the French original, published by Ed. Siglo Veinte, Argentina, 1947. A total of 290 numbered pages, dust jacket, hardcover. Dust jacket is in fair condition, book in very good condition, 6.5 x 9.2 inches.
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian...

    $200.00 USD

    (Item #: H4706-L14)
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian origin, one of the greatest ballet male dancers of the 20th century. His book "Dance", version in Spanish ("La Danza"), boldly signed by him and inscribed on the first title page, dated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1950.  Translation into Spanish from the French original, published by Ed. Siglo Veinte, Argentina, 1947. A total of 290 numbered pages, dust jacket, hardcover. Dust jacket is in fair condition, book in very good condition, 6.5 x 9.2 inches.
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian origin, one of the greatest ballet male dancers of the 20th century.... read more >
    French ballet dancer and choreographer (1905-1986) of Ukrainian origin, one of the greatest ballet male dancers of the 20th century. His book "Dance", version in Spanish ("La Danza"), boldly signed by him and inscribed on the first title page, dated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1950.  Translation into Spanish from the French original, published by Ed. Siglo Veinte, Argentina, 1947. A total of 290 numbered pages, dust jacket, hardcover. Dust jacket is in fair condition, book in very good condition, 6.5 x 9.2 inches.
  • (Item #: M2600-R4)
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly associated to Wagnerian roles. Litvinne developed a fantastic career in Europe and later became a voice teacher. Autobiography book, entitled "Ma Vie et Mon Art", in French, published by Librairie Plon, 1933. Signed on first page by the star soprano, inscribed to one of her students, American singer Cecilia Mitchell. Size is 4.75 x 7.5 inches, complete with all 292 pages plus covers, minor water damage on front cover, binding and pages in excellent condition
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly associated to Wagnerian roles. Litvinne developed a fantastic career in Europe and... read more >
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly associated to Wagnerian roles. Litvinne developed a fantastic career in Europe and later became a voice teacher. Autobiography book, entitled "Ma Vie et Mon Art", in French, published by Librairie Plon, 1933. Signed on first page by the star soprano, inscribed to one of her students, American singer Cecilia Mitchell. Size is 4.75 x 7.5 inches, complete with all 292 pages plus covers, minor water damage on front cover, binding and pages in excellent condition
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly...

    $145.00 USD

    (Item #: M2600-R4)
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly associated to Wagnerian roles. Litvinne developed a fantastic career in Europe and later became a voice teacher. Autobiography book, entitled "Ma Vie et Mon Art", in French, published by Librairie Plon, 1933. Signed on first page by the star soprano, inscribed to one of her students, American singer Cecilia Mitchell. Size is 4.75 x 7.5 inches, complete with all 292 pages plus covers, minor water damage on front cover, binding and pages in excellent condition
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly associated to Wagnerian roles. Litvinne developed a fantastic career in Europe and... read more >
    Russian-born French dramatic soprano (1860-1936) who was particularly associated to Wagnerian roles. Litvinne developed a fantastic career in Europe and later became a voice teacher. Autobiography book, entitled "Ma Vie et Mon Art", in French, published by Librairie Plon, 1933. Signed on first page by the star soprano, inscribed to one of her students, American singer Cecilia Mitchell. Size is 4.75 x 7.5 inches, complete with all 292 pages plus covers, minor water damage on front cover, binding and pages in excellent condition
  • (Item #: H0038-CH9)
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known for her successful novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Loos wrote many of the Douglas Fairbanks silent films. This book was later adapted twice for film, once for a silent 1928 film, then in 1953 for the famous movie with Marilyn Monroe. Signed book, published by Brentano´s, Ltd., London, one of a limited edition of 1000 books, each signed by the author, 1926. Book is signed twice, once on the dedication page, with a small drawing, and inscribed probably to her husband, film director John Emerson (1874-1956), and once on the opposite page (see scans). Hardcovers, gilded edges, with illustrations by Ralph Barton, 217 numbered pages. Size is 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some water damage at the bottom with some pages at the end glued at the bottom, in good condition.
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known for her successful novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Loos wrote many of the... read more >
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known for her successful novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Loos wrote many of the Douglas Fairbanks silent films. This book was later adapted twice for film, once for a silent 1928 film, then in 1953 for the famous movie with Marilyn Monroe. Signed book, published by Brentano´s, Ltd., London, one of a limited edition of 1000 books, each signed by the author, 1926. Book is signed twice, once on the dedication page, with a small drawing, and inscribed probably to her husband, film director John Emerson (1874-1956), and once on the opposite page (see scans). Hardcovers, gilded edges, with illustrations by Ralph Barton, 217 numbered pages. Size is 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some water damage at the bottom with some pages at the end glued at the bottom, in good condition.
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known...

    $495.00 USD

    (Item #: H0038-CH9)
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known for her successful novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Loos wrote many of the Douglas Fairbanks silent films. This book was later adapted twice for film, once for a silent 1928 film, then in 1953 for the famous movie with Marilyn Monroe. Signed book, published by Brentano´s, Ltd., London, one of a limited edition of 1000 books, each signed by the author, 1926. Book is signed twice, once on the dedication page, with a small drawing, and inscribed probably to her husband, film director John Emerson (1874-1956), and once on the opposite page (see scans). Hardcovers, gilded edges, with illustrations by Ralph Barton, 217 numbered pages. Size is 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some water damage at the bottom with some pages at the end glued at the bottom, in good condition.
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known for her successful novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Loos wrote many of the... read more >
    American screenwriter (1889-1981), playwright and author, mostly known for her successful novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Loos wrote many of the Douglas Fairbanks silent films. This book was later adapted twice for film, once for a silent 1928 film, then in 1953 for the famous movie with Marilyn Monroe. Signed book, published by Brentano´s, Ltd., London, one of a limited edition of 1000 books, each signed by the author, 1926. Book is signed twice, once on the dedication page, with a small drawing, and inscribed probably to her husband, film director John Emerson (1874-1956), and once on the opposite page (see scans). Hardcovers, gilded edges, with illustrations by Ralph Barton, 217 numbered pages. Size is 5.5 x 8.5 inches, some water damage at the bottom with some pages at the end glued at the bottom, in good condition.
  • (Item #: H4132-CH9)
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and actor (1923-2007).  Signed book "Marilyn - A Biography by Norman Mailer - Pictures by the World´s Foremost Photographers". Signed by Mailer on the first title page, inscribed, with a short sentiment, dated in April 1974. Mailer writes an interesting message "To Dick Garlottas, cheers - and drinking here, Norman Mailer, April 1974". A total of 270 numbered pages with text and lots of photographs in color and black and white, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, first edition, second printing.  Size is 9.5 x 10.75 inches, some wear on covers and soiling/stains on main title page, clean inside, very good condition.
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and actor (1923-2007).  Signed book "Marilyn - A Biography by Norman Mailer -... read more >
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and actor (1923-2007).  Signed book "Marilyn - A Biography by Norman Mailer - Pictures by the World´s Foremost Photographers". Signed by Mailer on the first title page, inscribed, with a short sentiment, dated in April 1974. Mailer writes an interesting message "To Dick Garlottas, cheers - and drinking here, Norman Mailer, April 1974". A total of 270 numbered pages with text and lots of photographs in color and black and white, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, first edition, second printing.  Size is 9.5 x 10.75 inches, some wear on covers and soiling/stains on main title page, clean inside, very good condition.
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and...

    $395.00 USD

    (Item #: H4132-CH9)
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and actor (1923-2007).  Signed book "Marilyn - A Biography by Norman Mailer - Pictures by the World´s Foremost Photographers". Signed by Mailer on the first title page, inscribed, with a short sentiment, dated in April 1974. Mailer writes an interesting message "To Dick Garlottas, cheers - and drinking here, Norman Mailer, April 1974". A total of 270 numbered pages with text and lots of photographs in color and black and white, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, first edition, second printing.  Size is 9.5 x 10.75 inches, some wear on covers and soiling/stains on main title page, clean inside, very good condition.
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and actor (1923-2007).  Signed book "Marilyn - A Biography by Norman Mailer -... read more >
    American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, activist, film-maker and actor (1923-2007).  Signed book "Marilyn - A Biography by Norman Mailer - Pictures by the World´s Foremost Photographers". Signed by Mailer on the first title page, inscribed, with a short sentiment, dated in April 1974. Mailer writes an interesting message "To Dick Garlottas, cheers - and drinking here, Norman Mailer, April 1974". A total of 270 numbered pages with text and lots of photographs in color and black and white, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, first edition, second printing.  Size is 9.5 x 10.75 inches, some wear on covers and soiling/stains on main title page, clean inside, very good condition.
  • (Item #: H3636-J15)
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book "A Dance Autobiography" signed and inscribed by her on the title page, with a short sentiment. Larger size book (9 x 12 inches) with 366 pages, hard covers and dust jacket, many illustrations (photographs) about her career. In excellent condition. SEE PRICE BELOW WATCH Natalia Makarova in Sleeping Beauty, with Valery Panov (1964)
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book "A Dance Autobiography" signed and inscribed by her on the title page,... read more >
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book "A Dance Autobiography" signed and inscribed by her on the title page, with a short sentiment. Larger size book (9 x 12 inches) with 366 pages, hard covers and dust jacket, many illustrations (photographs) about her career. In excellent condition. SEE PRICE BELOW WATCH Natalia Makarova in Sleeping Beauty, with Valery Panov (1964)
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book...

    $175.00 USD

    (Item #: H3636-J15)
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book "A Dance Autobiography" signed and inscribed by her on the title page, with a short sentiment. Larger size book (9 x 12 inches) with 366 pages, hard covers and dust jacket, many illustrations (photographs) about her career. In excellent condition. SEE PRICE BELOW WATCH Natalia Makarova in Sleeping Beauty, with Valery Panov (1964)
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book "A Dance Autobiography" signed and inscribed by her on the title page,... read more >
    Russian prima ballerina and choreographer (b.1940), her book "A Dance Autobiography" signed and inscribed by her on the title page, with a short sentiment. Larger size book (9 x 12 inches) with 366 pages, hard covers and dust jacket, many illustrations (photographs) about her career. In excellent condition. SEE PRICE BELOW WATCH Natalia Makarova in Sleeping Beauty, with Valery Panov (1964)
  • (Item #: M8309-J14)
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances were considered standards of artistry and aristocracy of dance, marking her as the finest ballerina of her generation in the West. Book "Ballerina" authored by Richard Austin, published by Dance Horizons, New York, 1978, First Edition, signed by the Russian ballerina on the first title page. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, 139 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances were considered standards of artistry and aristocracy of dance, marking her as... read more >
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances were considered standards of artistry and aristocracy of dance, marking her as the finest ballerina of her generation in the West. Book "Ballerina" authored by Richard Austin, published by Dance Horizons, New York, 1978, First Edition, signed by the Russian ballerina on the first title page. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, 139 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances...

    $160.00 USD

    (Item #: M8309-J14)
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances were considered standards of artistry and aristocracy of dance, marking her as the finest ballerina of her generation in the West. Book "Ballerina" authored by Richard Austin, published by Dance Horizons, New York, 1978, First Edition, signed by the Russian ballerina on the first title page. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, 139 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances were considered standards of artistry and aristocracy of dance, marking her as... read more >
    Russian prima ballerina (b.1940) and choreographer, whose performances were considered standards of artistry and aristocracy of dance, marking her as the finest ballerina of her generation in the West. Book "Ballerina" authored by Richard Austin, published by Dance Horizons, New York, 1978, First Edition, signed by the Russian ballerina on the first title page. Size is 6.25 x 9.5 inches, 139 pages, hardcovers, dust jacket, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H4205-J16)
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted in the science fiction, horror, and fantasy genre. A Souvenir book for the "ConFrancisco" -51st World Science Fiction Convention) held on September 1993, signed by the author on the last page along with many other different authors.  Size is 8.5 x 11 inches, 168 pages, softcovers, in excellent condition.
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted in the science fiction, horror, and fantasy genre. A Souvenir book for... read more >
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted in the science fiction, horror, and fantasy genre. A Souvenir book for the "ConFrancisco" -51st World Science Fiction Convention) held on September 1993, signed by the author on the last page along with many other different authors.  Size is 8.5 x 11 inches, 168 pages, softcovers, in excellent condition.
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted...

    $250.00 USD

    (Item #: H4205-J16)
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted in the science fiction, horror, and fantasy genre. A Souvenir book for the "ConFrancisco" -51st World Science Fiction Convention) held on September 1993, signed by the author on the last page along with many other different authors.  Size is 8.5 x 11 inches, 168 pages, softcovers, in excellent condition.
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted in the science fiction, horror, and fantasy genre. A Souvenir book for... read more >
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), especially noted in the science fiction, horror, and fantasy genre. A Souvenir book for the "ConFrancisco" -51st World Science Fiction Convention) held on September 1993, signed by the author on the last page along with many other different authors.  Size is 8.5 x 11 inches, 168 pages, softcovers, in excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H0011-CH6)
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. 2 volumes of a graphic novel "A Game of Thrones", successfully taken to the screen in the famous series. Volume 1 is signed by Martin on the title page, while volume 2 is signed by Martin and graphic artist Mike Miller, also on the title page.  Books are full of colorful illustrations presented as comics, and each is 6.8 x 10.5 inches, hardcovers and dust jackets, in excellent condition.  Sold per separate. See scans.
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. 2 volumes of a... read more >
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. 2 volumes of a graphic novel "A Game of Thrones", successfully taken to the screen in the famous series. Volume 1 is signed by Martin on the title page, while volume 2 is signed by Martin and graphic artist Mike Miller, also on the title page.  Books are full of colorful illustrations presented as comics, and each is 6.8 x 10.5 inches, hardcovers and dust jackets, in excellent condition.  Sold per separate. See scans.
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted...

    $250.00 USD

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    (Item #: H0011-CH6)
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. 2 volumes of a graphic novel "A Game of Thrones", successfully taken to the screen in the famous series. Volume 1 is signed by Martin on the title page, while volume 2 is signed by Martin and graphic artist Mike Miller, also on the title page.  Books are full of colorful illustrations presented as comics, and each is 6.8 x 10.5 inches, hardcovers and dust jackets, in excellent condition.  Sold per separate. See scans.
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. 2 volumes of a... read more >
    American novelist and short screenwriter (b.1948), specially noted in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genre. 2 volumes of a graphic novel "A Game of Thrones", successfully taken to the screen in the famous series. Volume 1 is signed by Martin on the title page, while volume 2 is signed by Martin and graphic artist Mike Miller, also on the title page.  Books are full of colorful illustrations presented as comics, and each is 6.8 x 10.5 inches, hardcovers and dust jackets, in excellent condition.  Sold per separate. See scans.
  • (Item #: H5295-CH2)
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for Cavalleria Rusticana and L'Amico Fritz, among other creations. Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Amica" (1905) signed by the composer in the full title page, inscribed to baritone Riccardo Stracciari who performed the star male role in the Italian premiere of the opera in Rome, 1905 (the opera was premiered in France in March 1905) -in both cases conducted by the composer himself. Mascagni wrote "to the unforgettable "Rinaldo", to the dearest friend Riccardo Stracciari with affection and admiration. Pietro Mascagni, Rome, May, 1905". Size is 10.4 x 12.8 inches, 183 pages, French edition (1905), original soft covers included -rebounded within hard covers, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of Stracciari as Rinaldo and soprano Biancapelli. Size is 6.2 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for Cavalleria Rusticana and L'Amico Fritz, among other creations. Complete score for voice... read more >
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for Cavalleria Rusticana and L'Amico Fritz, among other creations. Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Amica" (1905) signed by the composer in the full title page, inscribed to baritone Riccardo Stracciari who performed the star male role in the Italian premiere of the opera in Rome, 1905 (the opera was premiered in France in March 1905) -in both cases conducted by the composer himself. Mascagni wrote "to the unforgettable "Rinaldo", to the dearest friend Riccardo Stracciari with affection and admiration. Pietro Mascagni, Rome, May, 1905". Size is 10.4 x 12.8 inches, 183 pages, French edition (1905), original soft covers included -rebounded within hard covers, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of Stracciari as Rinaldo and soprano Biancapelli. Size is 6.2 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for...

    $895.00 USD

    (Item #: H5295-CH2)
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for Cavalleria Rusticana and L'Amico Fritz, among other creations. Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Amica" (1905) signed by the composer in the full title page, inscribed to baritone Riccardo Stracciari who performed the star male role in the Italian premiere of the opera in Rome, 1905 (the opera was premiered in France in March 1905) -in both cases conducted by the composer himself. Mascagni wrote "to the unforgettable "Rinaldo", to the dearest friend Riccardo Stracciari with affection and admiration. Pietro Mascagni, Rome, May, 1905". Size is 10.4 x 12.8 inches, 183 pages, French edition (1905), original soft covers included -rebounded within hard covers, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of Stracciari as Rinaldo and soprano Biancapelli. Size is 6.2 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for Cavalleria Rusticana and L'Amico Fritz, among other creations. Complete score for voice... read more >
    Italian opera composer (1863-1945), mostly remembered today for Cavalleria Rusticana and L'Amico Fritz, among other creations. Complete score for voice and piano of his opera "Amica" (1905) signed by the composer in the full title page, inscribed to baritone Riccardo Stracciari who performed the star male role in the Italian premiere of the opera in Rome, 1905 (the opera was premiered in France in March 1905) -in both cases conducted by the composer himself. Mascagni wrote "to the unforgettable "Rinaldo", to the dearest friend Riccardo Stracciari with affection and admiration. Pietro Mascagni, Rome, May, 1905". Size is 10.4 x 12.8 inches, 183 pages, French edition (1905), original soft covers included -rebounded within hard covers, in very good condition. ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photograph of Stracciari as Rinaldo and soprano Biancapelli. Size is 6.2 x 8.4 inches, in very good condition.
  • (Item #: M5046-ABE)
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest creators of operas from his time. Vocal score with autograph music quotation - First and final revised edition vocal score containing the Fabliau (to replace the Gavotte in Act III). Original guilt wrappers, including the variant for performance without a ballet, and the very rare "Annexe A" containing the Fabliau, composed in 1884 for the great soprano Georgette Brejean-Silver.  This is the final version of Manon as revised by Massenet and the most authoritative printing of the opera. Light foxing, a few pages are loose, otherwise a remarkable copy with the very rare original semi-hard paper wrappers. BOLDLY SIGNED by Jules Massenet, who also wrote a short music quotation from the opera on the page facing the title page. 395 pages
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest creators of operas from his time. Vocal score with autograph music quotation... read more >
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest creators of operas from his time. Vocal score with autograph music quotation - First and final revised edition vocal score containing the Fabliau (to replace the Gavotte in Act III). Original guilt wrappers, including the variant for performance without a ballet, and the very rare "Annexe A" containing the Fabliau, composed in 1884 for the great soprano Georgette Brejean-Silver.  This is the final version of Manon as revised by Massenet and the most authoritative printing of the opera. Light foxing, a few pages are loose, otherwise a remarkable copy with the very rare original semi-hard paper wrappers. BOLDLY SIGNED by Jules Massenet, who also wrote a short music quotation from the opera on the page facing the title page. 395 pages
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest...

    $1,975.00 USD

    (Item #: M5046-ABE)
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest creators of operas from his time. Vocal score with autograph music quotation - First and final revised edition vocal score containing the Fabliau (to replace the Gavotte in Act III). Original guilt wrappers, including the variant for performance without a ballet, and the very rare "Annexe A" containing the Fabliau, composed in 1884 for the great soprano Georgette Brejean-Silver.  This is the final version of Manon as revised by Massenet and the most authoritative printing of the opera. Light foxing, a few pages are loose, otherwise a remarkable copy with the very rare original semi-hard paper wrappers. BOLDLY SIGNED by Jules Massenet, who also wrote a short music quotation from the opera on the page facing the title page. 395 pages
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest creators of operas from his time. Vocal score with autograph music quotation... read more >
    French opera composer (1842-1912), one of the greatest creators of operas from his time. Vocal score with autograph music quotation - First and final revised edition vocal score containing the Fabliau (to replace the Gavotte in Act III). Original guilt wrappers, including the variant for performance without a ballet, and the very rare "Annexe A" containing the Fabliau, composed in 1884 for the great soprano Georgette Brejean-Silver.  This is the final version of Manon as revised by Massenet and the most authoritative printing of the opera. Light foxing, a few pages are loose, otherwise a remarkable copy with the very rare original semi-hard paper wrappers. BOLDLY SIGNED by Jules Massenet, who also wrote a short music quotation from the opera on the page facing the title page. 395 pages
  • (Item #: H1393-CH1)
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this copy belonged to American dancer Meredith Baylis, who signed on the frontend page and dated in 1949, and several important dancers signed and inscribed their autographs to her on their corresponding photos. Published by Geoffrey Bles, London, first edition, 1939. Included in the book are photos signed by Leonid Massine, Tatiana Riabouchinska, David Lichine, Frederick Franklin, Mischa Panaieff and Igor Yousskevitch. Size is 10.25 x 12.75, two-tone cloth hardcovers, tape marks on frontend page, otherwise in very good condition. See some photographs of the inside.
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this copy belonged to American dancer Meredith Baylis, who signed on the frontend... read more >
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this copy belonged to American dancer Meredith Baylis, who signed on the frontend page and dated in 1949, and several important dancers signed and inscribed their autographs to her on their corresponding photos. Published by Geoffrey Bles, London, first edition, 1939. Included in the book are photos signed by Leonid Massine, Tatiana Riabouchinska, David Lichine, Frederick Franklin, Mischa Panaieff and Igor Yousskevitch. Size is 10.25 x 12.75, two-tone cloth hardcovers, tape marks on frontend page, otherwise in very good condition. See some photographs of the inside.
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this...

    $475.00 USD

    (Item #: H1393-CH1)
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this copy belonged to American dancer Meredith Baylis, who signed on the frontend page and dated in 1949, and several important dancers signed and inscribed their autographs to her on their corresponding photos. Published by Geoffrey Bles, London, first edition, 1939. Included in the book are photos signed by Leonid Massine, Tatiana Riabouchinska, David Lichine, Frederick Franklin, Mischa Panaieff and Igor Yousskevitch. Size is 10.25 x 12.75, two-tone cloth hardcovers, tape marks on frontend page, otherwise in very good condition. See some photographs of the inside.
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this copy belonged to American dancer Meredith Baylis, who signed on the frontend... read more >
    Fabulous illustrated book with 96 tipped-in b&w photos, this copy belonged to American dancer Meredith Baylis, who signed on the frontend page and dated in 1949, and several important dancers signed and inscribed their autographs to her on their corresponding photos. Published by Geoffrey Bles, London, first edition, 1939. Included in the book are photos signed by Leonid Massine, Tatiana Riabouchinska, David Lichine, Frederick Franklin, Mischa Panaieff and Igor Yousskevitch. Size is 10.25 x 12.75, two-tone cloth hardcovers, tape marks on frontend page, otherwise in very good condition. See some photographs of the inside.
  • (Item #: M6991-Y13)
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To The Ballet", first edition, 1935, also signed by author and ballet expert Irving Deakin (English, 1895-1959), who dated his signature in Chicago, 1936. Signatures are on first page, 178 pages, 4.75 x 7.5 inches, hard covers, overall age toning, in overall very good condition.  
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To The Ballet", first edition, 1935, also signed by author and ballet expert... read more >
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To The Ballet", first edition, 1935, also signed by author and ballet expert Irving Deakin (English, 1895-1959), who dated his signature in Chicago, 1936. Signatures are on first page, 178 pages, 4.75 x 7.5 inches, hard covers, overall age toning, in overall very good condition.  
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To...

    $450.00 USD

    (Item #: M6991-Y13)
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To The Ballet", first edition, 1935, also signed by author and ballet expert Irving Deakin (English, 1895-1959), who dated his signature in Chicago, 1936. Signatures are on first page, 178 pages, 4.75 x 7.5 inches, hard covers, overall age toning, in overall very good condition.  
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To The Ballet", first edition, 1935, also signed by author and ballet expert... read more >
    Russian dancer and choreographer (1896-1979), signed book "To The Ballet", first edition, 1935, also signed by author and ballet expert Irving Deakin (English, 1895-1959), who dated his signature in Chicago, 1936. Signatures are on first page, 178 pages, 4.75 x 7.5 inches, hard covers, overall age toning, in overall very good condition.  
  • (Item #: M6827-D3)
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the star Wagnerian tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973), 273 pages with many interesting photographs. Signed and inscribed by author on title page, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a CD that comes with the book attached on the back cover, with 13 tracks recorded in the 1920s, Melchior and other singers. In excellent condition.
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the star Wagnerian tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973), 273 pages with many interesting photographs.... read more >
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the star Wagnerian tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973), 273 pages with many interesting photographs. Signed and inscribed by author on title page, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a CD that comes with the book attached on the back cover, with 13 tracks recorded in the 1920s, Melchior and other singers. In excellent condition.
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the...

    $200.00 USD

    (Item #: M6827-D3)
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the star Wagnerian tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973), 273 pages with many interesting photographs. Signed and inscribed by author on title page, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a CD that comes with the book attached on the back cover, with 13 tracks recorded in the 1920s, Melchior and other singers. In excellent condition.
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the star Wagnerian tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973), 273 pages with many interesting photographs.... read more >
    Book signed by Ib Melchior, son of the star Wagnerian tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973), 273 pages with many interesting photographs. Signed and inscribed by author on title page, in excellent condition. ALSO INCLUDED is a CD that comes with the book attached on the back cover, with 13 tracks recorded in the 1920s, Melchior and other singers. In excellent condition.
  • (Item #: H1396-CH1)
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several popular operas. Signed score for this radio opera in one act, published by G. Ricordi, 1943. Signed and inscribed by the composer on the title page, ownership marks, 180 numbered pages, 8 x 11 inches, minor crack on front cover, otherwise in very good condition.
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several popular operas. Signed score for this radio opera in one act, published... read more >
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several popular operas. Signed score for this radio opera in one act, published by G. Ricordi, 1943. Signed and inscribed by the composer on the title page, ownership marks, 180 numbered pages, 8 x 11 inches, minor crack on front cover, otherwise in very good condition.
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several...

    $165.00 USD

    (Item #: H1396-CH1)
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several popular operas. Signed score for this radio opera in one act, published by G. Ricordi, 1943. Signed and inscribed by the composer on the title page, ownership marks, 180 numbered pages, 8 x 11 inches, minor crack on front cover, otherwise in very good condition.
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several popular operas. Signed score for this radio opera in one act, published... read more >
    Italian-American composer and librettist (1911-2007), who created several popular operas. Signed score for this radio opera in one act, published by G. Ricordi, 1943. Signed and inscribed by the composer on the title page, ownership marks, 180 numbered pages, 8 x 11 inches, minor crack on front cover, otherwise in very good condition.
  • (Item #: H0329-J7)
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book by Lifar, only 100 were published in alfama paper by Les Editions Nagel, Paris, 1950. A total of 320 numbered pages rebound in hardcovers, some illustrations, 5.5 x 8.75 inches. Original covers in poor condition with paper loss, but book is in very good condition. 
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book by Lifar, only 100 were published in alfama paper by Les Editions... read more >
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book by Lifar, only 100 were published in alfama paper by Les Editions Nagel, Paris, 1950. A total of 320 numbered pages rebound in hardcovers, some illustrations, 5.5 x 8.75 inches. Original covers in poor condition with paper loss, but book is in very good condition. 
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book...

    $125.00 USD

    (Item #: H0329-J7)
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book by Lifar, only 100 were published in alfama paper by Les Editions Nagel, Paris, 1950. A total of 320 numbered pages rebound in hardcovers, some illustrations, 5.5 x 8.75 inches. Original covers in poor condition with paper loss, but book is in very good condition. 
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book by Lifar, only 100 were published in alfama paper by Les Editions... read more >
    American dancer, teacher and dance writer (1911-1967). Signed book by Lifar, only 100 were published in alfama paper by Les Editions Nagel, Paris, 1950. A total of 320 numbered pages rebound in hardcovers, some illustrations, 5.5 x 8.75 inches. Original covers in poor condition with paper loss, but book is in very good condition. 
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