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  1. ABC An Alphabet Written & Pictured by Mrs. Arthur Gaskin

    Regular Price: $17.99

    Sale Price $9.99

    Authentic to the period, a lovely silkscreened green cloth cover with high-quality paper. This is both typical and atypical 1890s Victorian design. A child's ABC primer originally published in London in 1895 by Elkin Mathews and in Chicago by A. C. McClurg & Co. It was the first book by the Arts and Crafts artist and designer Georgie Gaskin (1866–1934), celebrated for the jewelry she produced with her husband Arthur Gaskin, one of the very important names in the early Arts and Crafts movement. Exquisitely detailed and charming woodcut illustrations and rhymes by Gaskin accompany each letter of the alphabet. Learn More
  2. HARVEY DUNN Illustrator and Painter of the Pioneer West

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Sale Price $29.95

    Harvey Dunn was one of twentieth century America’s most powerful illustrators, painters and teachers. This comprehensive volume covers a major portion of his illustrations and paintings for the first time. Content includes illustration art, pioneer and western works, and his powerful World War I pieces inspired by his battlefield sketches. Also included are rarely seen nudes, portraits, and murals. Paintings from museums and private collections showcase the full range of this talented American artist. Learn More
  3. SONG OF OPAR
    $29.95

    Song of Opar is an update of Tarzan and La's adventures beginning in the early twentieth century. Working with new information, the Opar stories have been enhanced and updated. This places more emphasis on the origins of Opar, adventures of Tarzan and La not documented anywhere else, and the demise of the lost city. 115,000 words. Features a spectacular cover featuring the talent of well-known ERB artist, Joe Jusko. Also thirty interior illustrations newly created, by the author, expressly for this book. Nudity. Learn More
  4. KAY NIELSEN A Thousand and One Knights
    $300.00

    Published for the first time ever in five colors including gold, this unique presentation of fine art prints revives all 21 strikingly beautiful illustrations reproduced directly from Nielsen’s original watercolors–from the never-published book. And the only complete set of his illustrations to have survived. Includes a large 144-page hardcover book printed in five colors, featuring descriptions of all of the images, and three generously illustrated essays on the making of this series, the origin of Nielsen’s unique imagery, and a history of the tales. All are enclosed in a beautiful, strikingly large blue velvet box with gold cover embossing. Learn More
  5. THE HAPPY PRINCE AND OTHER STORIES

    Regular Price: $30.00

    Sale Price $26.95

    While best known for his comedies of the 1890s, including The Importance of Being EarnestOscar Wilde was a master of many forms. This grand facsimile reproduction of a rare 1910 edition includes five of his very best fairy tales: "The Happy Prince," "The Nightingale and the Rose," "The Selfish Giant," "The Devoted Friend," and "The Remarkable Rocket." Charles Robinson, one of the most successful artists of the Golden Age, enhances the text with 12 remarkable full-color plates and scores of line drawings: decorated initial caps, illustrated vignettes, and other embellishments. Learn More
  6. KING KONG OF SKULL ISLAND Signed
    $69.95

    Already out of print. Bookplate signed by both creators, with tiny illustration. A large format, illustrated novel that explores the history of "the Kongs" and the culture on Skull Island. In development for 25 years. We begin with a 95,000 word novel about the hidden history of the Tagatu civilization, the origins of the mighty Kongs, what happened on the island after the arrival of the first humans, and the resultant war. Also a 30,000 word novella about Carl Denham after Kong's death. Plus a lavishly illustrated sketchbook of 23 pages and full color Skull Island art gallery of 14 pages, with five double-page spreads. Learn More
  7. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

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    Through her great capacity to love, a kind and beautiful maid releases a handsome prince from the spell which has made him an ugly beast. Presented in a superb, high quality format with the fine artwork by this award-winning French artist. Onlaid full color cover plate on the jacket, embossed binding, heavy card-stock dust jacket, illustrated throughout in full color. A work of art from the prestigious publisher, Creative Editions. Learn More
  8. VAMPIRE STORIES OF ROBERT BLOCH
    $50.00

    Robert Bloch (1917-1994) is one of the most fondly remembered and collected authors of crime, horror, and fantasy of the 20th Century. Noted by many as the author of Psycho, Bloch wrote hundreds of short stories and over 30 novels. He was a member of the Lovecraft Circle and began his career by emulating H.P. Lovecraft's brand of "cosmic horror." He later specialized in crime and horror stories dealing with a more psychological approach. Gahan Wilson offers visions to accompany a selection of Bloch's best Vampire tales. Learn More
  9. WALT KELLY'S ADVENTURES OF PETER WHEAT Volume 1 Hardcover

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Sale Price $54.95

    Walt Kelly's Peter Wheat comics are renowned for their humor, artistic flair and appeal to both children and adults--and their incredible scarcity. Never before have they been collected. Between 1948 and 1951, Kelly drew thirty-five issues of The Adventures of Peter Wheat, a sixteen page comic book given away to bakeries to promote Peter Wheat bread. The stories were fairy tales starring Peter Wheat, an elf-sized boy who lived in a hollow tree on the edge of a wheat field where he and the Little Folk battled Dragonel, Queen of the Hornets. Learn More
  10. WALT KELLY'S ADVENTURES OF PETER WHEAT Volume 1

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Sale Price $54.95

    Walt Kelly's Peter Wheat comics are renowned for their humor, artistic flair and appeal to both children and adults--and their incredible scarcity. Never before have they been collected. Between 1948 and 1951, Kelly drew thirty-five issues of The Adventures of Peter Wheat, a sixteen page comic book given away to bakeries to promote Peter Wheat bread. The stories were fairy tales starring Peter Wheat, an elf-sized boy who lived in a hollow tree on the edge of a wheat field where he and the Little Folk battled Dragonel, Queen of the Hornets. Learn More

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