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LONDON, JACK Martin Eden. New York: Macmillan, 1909. First Edition. [Together with] The Game. New York: Macmillan, 1905. State...
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Typed Letter Signed ("Jack
London"), 1 p, 4to, Glen Ellen, November 25, 1910, to John A. Browne, enclosing payment for membership in the Vallejo Yacht Club, with stamped return address, leaf creased ... [more like this]
LONDON, Jack (1876-1916).Before Adam. New
York: The Macmillan Company, 1907. 8vo. Illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull. Original pictorial tan buckram stamped in white and red on upper cover and spine. Condition: ... [more like this]
LONDON, Jack.The Kempton-Wace Letters. New
York: The Macmillan Company, 1903. 8vo. Original decorated blue-gray cloth, spine title gilt, top edge gilt in custom slipcase. Condition: front hinge tender; spine ends lightly ... [more like this]
[LONDON, Jack]; Herman WHITAKER (editor).West
Winds. California's Book of Fiction - Written by California Authors and Illustrated by California Artists. San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company, . 8vo. Frontispiece ... [more like this]
Jack London Signed Check. : London, Jack.
Jack London Signed Check. Dec. 5, 1916. Bank of Hawaii (Honolulu), payable to J. M. Levy & Co. , in the amount of $40. 00. PSA/DNA—graded and encapsulated. ... [more like this]
(American Literature), London, Jack (1876-1916)
& Clemens, Samuel L. (1835-1910) two articles, London, Jack, an autograph postcard signed, September 7, 1912, one page, to Hans Kaempfer, "I reach out my hand & shake yours ... [more like this]
LONDON, JACK. People of the Abyss. Photographic
illustrations. 8vo, red cloth, spine faded, edgewear; clipped image of London mounted to pastedowns. Later reprint. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1907)
inscribed and signed ... [more like this]
LONDON, JACK. 1876-1916.
The Call of The
Wild. New York: Macmillan, 1903. Original green cloth stamped in red, white, black, and gilt, dust jacket, custom clamshell case. Brief crease to upper cover, light edgewear, ... [more like this]
LONDON, Jack.Autograph letter signed to biographer
Merle Johnson about his yet to be published book "The Scarlet Plague." Glen Allen, Ca: 20 June 1910. 2 quarto pages on lined paper (260 x 195 mm). Condition: folds, light ... [more like this]
INSCRIBED TO HIS MOTHER LONDON, JACK. Adventure.
8vo, publisher's pictorial cloth stamped in blue and white, spine ends rubbed with some loss of surface cloth. BAL 11928. New York, 1911
first edition, first issue. inscribed ... [more like this]
INSCRIBED TO HIS MOTHER LONDON, JACK. The
Faith of Men. 8vo, publisher's pictorial blue cloth, spine a bit darkened, edges lightly rubbed. BAL 11878. New York, 1904
first edition, first printing. inscribed and ... [more like this]
LONDON, JACK. Photograph Signed and Inscribed,
"Comrade Spargo / Fraternally yours, / Jack London / Piedmont, California / February 5, 1903," bust portrait by L.J. Tesio, showing the young writer looking into the camera. ... [more like this]
LONDON, JACK. Typed Letter Signed, with a
holograph correction, to "Dear Comrade Johnson," suggesting that he write a book documenting his experiences, discussing sailing rigging, promising to forward his letter of ... [more like this]
Visible Coins in Glass. London: Jack Hughes,
ca. 1965. Four coins vanish and visibly reappear in a s ca. 1965. Four coins vanish and visibly reappear in a shot glass on a small stand covered by an inverted pint glass. ... [more like this]
London, Jack. Signed personal check. To National
Geographic. London, Jack. Signed personal check. In the amount of $2.00 to the National George Geographic Society. Merchants National Bank of San Francisco. Housed in a plastic ... [more like this]
London, Jack. Three early editions in original
pictorial cloth. The Call of the Wild. London/New York, 1903. August reprint. Original pictorial cloth; Jerry of the Islands. London/New York, 1917. April reprint. Original ... [more like this]
11 vols. London, Jack: The Call of The Wild.
New York: Macmillan, 1903. 1st ed. 8vo, orig. pictorial green cloth, gilt, t.e.g.; scuffed, joints & edges worn & frayed, back hinge starting to separate. Plates (1 lacking). ... [more like this]
LONDON, JACK. Children of the Frost. Illustrations
by Raphael M. Reay. 8vo, pictorial cloth, rubbed. First reprint (2 months following publication). New York, 1902
signed and dated by london from New Haven, 26 January ... [more like this]
LONDON, JACK. The Red One. Frontispiece photograph
of London. 8vo, pictorial paper-covered cloth, rear front joint starting, small scuff to lower right front cover, chip at head of spine. first edition. BAL 11977. New York, ... [more like this]
LONDON, Jack (1876-1916).The Human Drift.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1917. 8vo. Original brown cloth, spine and upper cover titles gilt, in pubisher’s pictorial dust jacket. Condition: Owner’s signature ... [more like this]
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