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The BirchBark Bookshop just listed two beautiful volumes of The Guitar Review from 1946 through 1951. These lovely books are currently available to purchase through our online shop at Biblio.com, and may also be listed in our Amazon inventory soon.
New York: The Society of Classic Guitar, 1975. First printing. Hardcover. Fine. This beautiful volume includes the entire editorial contents of issues 1 through 6 from 1946 through 1948, without the advertising pages. Included within is a rich assortment of editorials, commentary, letters, music notation, and technical resources interspersed with delightful illustrations, portraits, and graphics. This volume includes articles by and about Andres Segovia, an article on Flamenco songs and Dances, and the Memoirs of Makaroff, among many other pieces of wisdom about the history and music of the classic guitar. This book is in fine condition with gilt designs imprinted on a black cover and spine. There is no damage or any signs of wear to the pages or cover. The previous owner’s name is written on the front endpaper, and dated 1976 : R.A. Stephan (Crane School of Music professor emeritus). 160 pages.
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New York: The Society of Classic Guitar, 1976. First printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. This beautiful volume includes the entire editorial contents of issues 7 through 12 from 1948 through 1951, without the advertising pages. This volume includes articles by Pablo Castellanos, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Andres Segovia, among many other pieces of wisdom about the history and music of the classic guitar. Issue 11 is the “Portrait Issue” – an extensive album of photographs of famous guitarists and composers. This book is in near fine condition with gilt designs imprinted on a red cover and spine. The the top of the spine has been bumped and there is a small tear at the top of the front joint, but there is no other damage or any signs of wear to the pages or cover. The previous owner’s name is written on the front endpaper: R.A. Stephan (Crane School of Music professor emeritus). 211 pages.
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The BirchBark Bookshop has listed some very rare copies of 20th century fiction for sale through Biblio.com. Check these out…
Edition: First edition Book condition: Very Good + This copy includes a rare “point” on page 125.
New York: Harcourt, Barce and Company, 1955. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/good.
Ten stories by this acclaimed author. These are tales of bitter comedy and stark tragedy set in the rural south against a backdrop of farms and poverty. ** This book is one of the rare copies with a point on page 125 with the word “trying” misspelled. The dust jacket is in good condition with slight fading on the spine and small chips on corners and rear flap. The binding is tight, and the pages are clean with slight sunning on the edges. This is a first edition, with magazine copyright dates listed for 1953, 1954, and 1955. 251 pages.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1929. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine.
An unusual tale from an unusual point of view! Based on ancient manuscript, this book recreates a letter to a friend of the wife of Pontius Pilate as she recounts the inside scoop on the man who condemned Jesus Christ to death. This first edition is a very special copy that has been signed by the author and inscribed to the original owner with a date of 1930. The book is in near fine condition with some smudges on the covers and spine, and a quaint, poetic bookplate on the inside front paste board. The pages are clean and in excellent condition. 53 pages.
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Sleepy Hollow $110.
Rip Van Winkle $110.
These are both hardcover first editions, published in 1899, with elegant illustrations by Miss Margaret Armstrong. These beautiful little books include the full tales by Washington Irving, with text on every right-hand page, framed by illustrations in pale green or light marroon ink, and small pen & ink illustrations in black on almost every left-hand page. There are also 7 photogravures by Frederick Simpson Coburn with quotations printed on the overlay tissue. The covers are cream with Armstrong’s color & gilt illustration on front & spine. Gilt top edge and deckle fore edge. These book are in Very Good condition. To see the full description and more photos click here: http://www.biblio.com/search.php?author=&title=&keyisbn=&format=&dealer_id=1019476&page=2&sid=233222451