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N.p. Kraft Durch Schadenfreude, N.V., 1945. Small octavo, pp. 36, pictorial wrappers. The title translates to: UNDERGROUND BUBBLES/IDEAS. Karel Links did the drawings, text by Cornelis Veth. The idea behind the title and the book, from the Resistance ideas "bubble up" on how to 'handle' the German occupiers. From the colophon in the rear: "...the result [book] is entirely for the benefit of the victims of the current tyranny, whose end is in sight now..."
NP, nd, [c. 1940s]. Small octavo, pp. [1-12], pictorial self wrappers. Five illustrations with text. For young boys about what parachutes and paratroopers do.
NP, nd, [c. 1940s]. Small octavo, pp. [1-12], pictorial self wrappers. Five illustrations with text. Group of boys visit and Army camp. Seems like a booklet prepared for juveniles to let them see that an Army camp is not a scary thing.
Leawood, Kansas: The Morning Star Press, 1977. Large octavo, single issue, stiff pictorial wrappers. First edition. The second of four issues. Profusely illustrated. Includes an the second part of an interview with Frank Frazetta (part one in the first issue), a color section featuring Richard Corben's "Den," "Eggsucker" by Harlan Ellison, a prequel story to "A Boy and His Dog," art by Bruce Jones, Jeff Jones, a Ray Bradbury story "The Burning Man," an essay by Ursula K. LeGuin "Science Fiction Chauvanism," and more. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 109-10.
London: Hodder and Stoughton Limited, n.d., . Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-vi] vii [viii-xii] 1-125  [127: ads] [128: blank], sixteen tipped in plates with color illustrations by Arthur Rackham, each with captioned tissue guard, Peter Pan's map of Kensington Gardens on front endpapers, original pictorial red cloth, front panel stamped in gold and blind, spine panel stamped in gold. Later edition, later printing circa 1929. Peter Pan first appeared in Barrie's THE LITTLE WHITE BIRD (1902) and the part concerning Peter later became PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS (1906). Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-18. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), pp. 87 and 754. Bleiler (1978), p. 16. Reginald 00908.
West Kingston: Donald M. Grant, 1978. Octavo, boards. First edition. One of 750 numbered copies signed by Reed. Coll (1881-1921) was a master of pen and ink illustration in the early 20th Century. His drawings illustrated works by Arthur Conan Doyle, Talbot Mundy, Sax Rohmer and others. Barron (ed.): Fantasy Literature 10- 56. Barron (ed.): Horror Literature 10-56.
[Philadelphia]: David McKay Company, Publisher, 1944]. Octavo, pictures by Annette Byrne, pictorial boards. First edition. Illustrations by Annette Byrne. The story of Peter, the Patrol Torpedo Boat.
Saddle River, N.J. Edited and Published by Gerry de la Ree, 1978. Large octavo, cloth. First edition. Limited to 1200 numbered copies. Reproduction of original art by Virgil Finlay, Hannes Bok, Edd Cartier, Stephen E. Fabian, Lynd Ward, Tim Kirk, Kelly Freas, Frank R. Paul, Mahlon Blaine, and others. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 10-8. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 10-8.
London, New York: Frederick Warne & Co., 1908. Quarto, 24 plates (including title plate, A-W and XYZ), publisher's pictorial bevel-edged gray boards with cream buckram shelf back, pictorial endpapers. First edition.
N.p. Published by Showcase Art Productions, Inc., 1976. Large octavo, enclosed in pictorial paper portfolio. First edition. Limited to 1250 copies. Nine plates, one in color. Illustrations from Weird Tales magazine 1936-39.
[Saddle River, NJ: Published by Gerry de la Ree, 1975.]. Large octavo, 24 plates (numbered 2-25; illustration on front panel of paper portfolio is plate number 1). First edition. Limited to 1000 copies of which this is one of 975 copies enclosed in paper portfolio.
Saddle River, NJ: Gerry de la Ree, 1971. Large octavo, twenty plates, stiff pictorial portfolio. First edition. Limited to 450 copies. Twenty plates laid into a portfolio. Early drawings and sketches most from 1933-35, two from 1937 for an unpublished edition of "Romeo and Juliet" and a 1964 illustration for a projected Finlay version of "The Hobbit."
Philadelphia: Nova Press, . Large octavo, fourteen full-page black and white illustrations plus two illustrations on covers, stiff pictorial wrappers. First edition. Finlay's selection of his favorite drawings printed for subscribers only. Printed biographical sketch to inside front cover.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, . Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. Reproductions of nearly 100 illustrations Finlay produced for astrology magazines between 1956 and 1970 with a detailed introduction by his wife, Beverly C. Finlay.
N.p., n.d. [New York: The Frank A. Munsey Company & Popular Fiction Group, 1941, 1942, (Finlay), mid to late 1940s (Lawrence)]. Large portfolios 9" x 12", four volumes, 32 plates, coated paper stock illustrations laid into printed paper portfolios (coated stock). First editions. Reproductions of eight illustrations in each portfolio originally published in Famous Fantastic Mysteries 1939-1942 (Finlay) and 1944-1948 (Lawrence).
Toronto: Comic and Crypt Publications, 1972. Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Stiff pictorial wrappers. Contains a White Indian story, a Thunda story and another feature.
[New York: Tower Publications, Inc., 1964]. Small octavo, illustrations by Frank Frazetta, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Midwood #34-395. Paperback original. Two novels bound together. 8 inserted full page ink illustrations by Frank Frazetta, four for each novel. Scarce.
Grass Valley, CA: Underwood Books, 1998, 1999, 2001. 3 volumes, pictorial boards. First trade editions. All three volumes produced by Underwood Books. Besides much of his legendary work the volumes include work previously unpublished and work that has not been published in any previous Frazetta art book as well as revised works and essays about Frazetta and his art.
[New York: Tower Publications, Inc., 1963]. Small octavo, illustrations by Frank Frazetta, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Midwood #S277. Paperback original. Two novels bound together. 10 inserted full page ink illustrations by Frank Frazetta. Scarce.
[New York: Tower Publications, Inc., 1963]. Small octavo, illustrations by Frank Frazetta, pictorial wrappers. First thus. Midwood #34-612. First combination of two previously published novels. Two novels bound together. 8 inserted full page ink illustrations by Frank Frazetta. Scarce.
New York: Cupples & Leon Company, . Octavo, cloth backed boards. Later printing. The third book in this series, collecting the comic strips from 1927. Later printing, books on verso of jacket date to 1929. Still uncommon in jacket.
New York: Cupples & Leon Company, . Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. The fourth book in this series, collecting the comic strips from 1928.
New York: Cupples & Leon Company, [c. 1928]. Octavo, pictorial boards. Later printing. The first book in this series, collecting the comic strips from 1925. Later printing as books on the verso of the jacket are can be dated to 1928, rear panel prices the series of books at 75 cents. Still uncommon to find in the dust jacket.
London: A. & C. Black Limited, . Octavo, pp. [1-64], original white boards, title with illustration pasted to front cover. First edition. Reproduces 32 illustrations from the originals, 8 in color of various scenes from Boulogne. After the war Captain Hardie worked in the South Kensington Museum (later Victoria and Albert Museum) where he was involved in creating a exhibition of posters from the War in 1920. He later headed departments of painting, engraving, illustration, and design where he helped build a world class graphics collection.
Merriam, KS: House of Fantasy, 1977. Large folio, publisher's "verification of authenticity" leaf, poem "Yag-Kosha, The Elephant God" - a single leaf, eight plates (including title plate), enclosed in stiff color illustrated covers and illustrated envelope. First edition. Limited to 1000 numbered copies signed by Fabian.