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Patino, Estelle. AMERICAN RAG DOLLS: Straight From the Heart. Collector Books [Paducah, KY]. No date. (1988). 124pp. + Price Guide. 4to. Pictorial glossy wraps. Fine (No defects). 0891453709. 06-0046 $12.00

Paul, Elliot. LINDEN ON THE SAUGUS BRANCH. Random House [New York]. 1947. (1947). 1st edition. 401pp. 8vo. Light red-brown cloth with gilt lettering in black panels on cover & spine. Top edge blue. Title page printed in black & in white against red panels. Recollections of the author's boyhood at the turn-of-the-century in Linden, Massachusetts. One in the multi-volume autobiographical 'Items on the Grand Account' series. Good: overall loss of freshness, corners bumped, small edge bruise on the left edge of the back, endpapers & all pages very slightly tanned. No dustjacket. A very decent reading copy. 93-0211 $2.00

Paulson, Arvid & Clayton Edwards. THE STORY OF DON QUIXOTE. Hampton Publishing Co. [New York]. No date. (1922: Frederick A. Stokes Co.). 341pp. Tall 8vo. Blue cloth with colorful pictorial pastedown by Elizabeth Curtis covering the front cover (the same illustration is used on the dustjacket). Gilt-lettered spine. Top edge red. Frontispiece & 3 other color plates on coated paper illustrated by Florence Choate & Elizabeth Curtis. Corners rubbed, bump on the top edge of the front cover, two line impressions on the back cover, endpapers lightly & uniformly tanned o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (Many cellotape repairs to tears & chips on the top & bottom edges, and to a large tear in the middle of the back cover; dampstains on both inner flaps; all edges worn o/w Good, i.e. obvious signs of use with no major defects & unclipped price and, despite all, the front illustration is remarkably good). 98-0073 $5.00

Peare, Catherine Owens. WILLIAM PENN. J. B. Lippincott Co. [Philadelphia]. 1957. (1957). 1st edition, 1st printing. 448pp. 8vo. Dark blue cloth with silver lettering & decoration. Uncut foreedge. B/w frontispiece of William Penn. Dustjacket illustrated by Douglas Gorsline (1913 - 1985). Extensive notes, general bibliography & a bibliography of Penn's writing. As New/ DJ (Heavy wear along the top of the spine, 1/4' edge tear on the top of the back o/w Fine, i.e. no defects with unclipped price). 96-0433 $17.50

Pears, Thomas C. III. BAKEWELL, PEARS & CO. GLASS CATALOGUE. Self-published [Pittsburgh, PA]. (1977). 49pp. 9 1/2' w. x 4 1/2' h. Maroon cloth with gilt print. Foreword by Thomas C. Pears III. Introduction by Lowell Innes. A reprint of an undated (C. 1875) glass catalog. Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (1" tear on the top edge of the front, top of spine chipped, wear along the folds o/w Very Good). 04-0046 $85.00

Pearson, J. Michael & Dorothy T. A STUDY OF AMERICAN CUT GLASS COLLECTIONS. Self-published [Miami Beach, FL]. 1969. (1969). 1st trade edition. 200pp. sm4to. 1/4 dark blue cloth & green vinyl over boards with gilt-letter spine. 170 plates (4 in color). Corners & spine extremes rubbed, front free endpaper has a Christmas gift presentation in ink o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. No dustjacket. 08-0009 $4.00

Pearson, J. Michael & Dorothy T. AMERICAN CUT GLASS FOR THE DISCRIMINATING COLLECTOR. Self-published [Miami Beach, FL]. (1965). 3rd edition, 5th printing. 204pp. 4to. 1/2 dark blue cloth & green vinyl with gilt decoration on the front cover. Gilt-lettered spine. Frontispiece in color. 169 b/w plates. 600+ photographs & patent drawings of cut & engraved glass manufacture in America during 'Brilliant Period' (1812 - 915). Illustrated sections on cut glass terminology & trademarks. Fine (no defects)/ DJ (Minor soiling on back o/w Very Good, i.e. some signs of careful use with no significant defects. Protected with a plastic jacket). NOTE: This book will require extra postage for Priority Mail shipping. 00-0208 $25.00

Pearson, J. Michael. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN CUT AND ENGRAVED GLASS (1880 - 1917). Volume II: Realistic Patterns. Self-published [Miami Beach, FL]. 1977. (1977). 1st edition. 172pp. 4to. Dark blue boards with gilt-lettered spine. Fine (No defects)/ DJ (1" tear on the upper edge of the front panel o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects). NOTE: This book will require extra postage for Priority Mail shipping. 08-0046 $95.00

Pease, Rick. FILLING STATION COLLECTIBLES WITH PRICE GUIDE. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. [Atglen, PA]. No date. (1994). 144pp. 4to. Pictorial glossy wraps. Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant detects. 0887406432. 07-0092 $5.00

Peattie, Donald Culross [Editor]. AUDUBON'S AMERICA: The Narratives and Experiences of John James Audubon. Houghton Mifflin Co. [Boston]. 1940. (1940). 1st edition, 1st printing of the trade edition. 328pp. 4to. Light blue coarse cloth with silver lettering in red panels on cover & spine. Red top edge. Other edges uncut. Map endpapers. Color frontispiece of Audubon + 16 color plates (double page) of Audubon's work. Index by Francis H. Allen. Gift inscription dated 1940 on short title page, moderate overall wear with loss of freshness, a little fading on the spine o/w Very Good, i.e. some signs of careful use with no significant defects. No dustjacket. NOTE: This book will require extra postage for Priority Mail shipping. 92-0474 $5.00

Pei, Mario. THE STORY OF LANGUAGE. J. B. Lippincott [Philadelphia]. 1949. (1949). 1st edition, 1st printing. 493pp. 8vo. Dark blue cloth with the title & author's name in gilt within a black panel on the spine. The top & bottom of the panel are gilt-ruled & have undulating gilt bands. Foreedge uncut. Index. Gilt on the decorative portion of the spine is worn with about half missing, small section along the top of the back cover is worn o/w Very Good, i.e. some signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (front top edge has two 1/8' tears; spine faded with extremes very worn; back cover has a 1/2' edge tear on the top & bottom edges, a 1 1/2' x 1/2' waterstain on the top edge, a puncture & a small stained area). 95-0196 $1.50

Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry. GUIDE TO BOX HUCKLEBERRY NATURAL AREA, TUSCARORA STATE FOREST. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources [Harrisburg, PA]. No date. (None). 13pp. 8vo. Illustrated stapled light orange wraps. Very Good, i.e. signs of careful used with no significant. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $2.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 50-1041 $12.00

Pennsylvania National Guard, Headquarters Troop, 104th Cavalry. SABER CUTS. Headquarters Troop, 104th Cavalry, Pennsylvania National Guard [No place, but Harrisburg, PA]. 1924. Unpaginated [18pp]. 8 1/2" x 11" stapled sheets. Self-wrappers. Printed text with mimeograph front cover. "A monthly publication of `the live-wire Headquarters troop'". This publication is dated September 15, 1924 and is the "Camp Number" for that year. It reports both facts and much humor about the encampment at Mount Gretna, PA. Many names are mentioned along with some information about their occupations, plans for the future, etc. The covers have many edge tears & some chips; the front cover shows fading & has a little section of where a mathematical calculation was done in ink; the back cover is detached & missing a 2" x 3/4" section on its lower edge which does affect the text; the first page is lightly browned, and the other interior pages have a 1/2" tear at top o/w Good, i.e. obvious signs of use with no major defects. SABER CUTS 50-0916 $48.00

Pepper, George Wharton. PHILADELPHIA LAWYER: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. J. B. Lippincott Co. [Philadelphia]. 1944. (1944). 1st edition, 1st printing. 407pp. 8vo. Blue-green cloth with gilt lettering on spine & cover. Top edge red. Frontispiece of the author & 15 other b/w photo plates on glossy paper. Occasional cartoon drawings in the text by the author. Index. Top right corner of the front cover & lower left corner of the back bumped o/w Very Good, i.e. some signs of careful use with no significant defects. No dustjacket. 92-0394 $2.00

Perelman, S. J. LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD. Simon & Schuster [New York]. 1949. (1949). 1st edition, 1st printing. 153pp. sm4to. Light tan cloth with a caricature of Perelman in black within a small square panel on the front cover & spine. Spine lettered in black. Orange endpapers with various caricatures of Perelman in black. Illustrated by Al Hirschfeld. Fine (no defects)/ DJ (Top of spine heavily chipped & worn, 1/2' edge tear on top of the front, 3/8' & 1/4' edge tears on the top of the back, bottom of spine lightly worn, back has scattered soil o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects & price unclipped). 95-0191 $2.00

Perelman, S. J. THE RISING GORGE. Simon & Schuster [New York]. 1961. (1961). 1st edition, 1st printing. 287pp. 8vo. 1/4 white cloth & orange boards with the author's signature in black on the front cover. Spine lettered in red & black. Top edge red & foreedge uncut. Orange endpapers. Dustjacket by Ben Shahn. Fine (no defects/ DJ (Very slight wear at the spine extremes, price clipped o/w Fine). 92-0456 $5.00

Peterson, Arthur G. GLASS PATENTS AND PATTERNS. Self-published [DeBary, FL]. (1973). 226pp. 8vo. Glossy, pictorial wraps. This book is among the very best classics of old glass research & contains a wealth of primary sources including reprints of illustrated patents, old advertisement & catalogs) documenting the attribution of many 19th C. glass patterns, novelties & objects including tableware, lamps, bottles, inkstands, etc. etc. etc. Crease across the lower & upper right corners of the front cover, a few light stress lines in the center of the front cover, crease lines on the spine, & very light soiling on both covers o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. 0960566422. 03-0074 $16.00

Peterson, Arthur G. GLASS SALT SHAKERS: 1,000 Patterns. Wallace-Homestead [Des Moines, IA]. 1970. (1970). 1st printing. 196pp. 8vo. Green cloth with gilt. Fine (No defects)/ DJ (Near Fine, i.e. minimal signs of use with no significant defects in a plastic jacket). 99-0054 $30.00

Peterson, Arthur G. GLASS SALT SHAKERS: 1,000 Patterns. Wallace-Homestead [Des Moines, IA]. No date. (1970). 2nd printing. 196pp. 8vo. Illustrated glossy wraps. Some light wear along spine edges o/w Fine (no defects). 0870691740. 99-0107 $12.00

Peterson, Frederick A. ANCIENT MEXICO: An Introduction to Pre-Hispanic Cultures. G. P. Putnam's Sons [New York]/ Geo. Allen & Unwin Ltd. [London]. 1961. (1959). 2nd printing. 313pp. Tall 8vo. Red cloth with black-lettered spine. 24 b/w photo plates on glossy paper. 93 drawings & 6 maps by Jose Luis Franco. Chronology, Key to Pronunciation, Index & Bibliography. A 5/5' x 3/4' patch of slight fading in the tip of the top left side of the front cover, small bump on the top edge of the back o/w Very Good, i.e. some signs of careful use with no significant defects/ DJ (spine badly faded; triangular chip in the tip of the of the top left of the front, with one side 1' down the spine edge & the other about 1/2' along the top of the front; top of spine very worn with a 1/2' edge tear; 1/2' open tear in the middle of the front o/w Good, i.e. other minor signs of use with no important defects with unclipped price). 95-0163 $2.00

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