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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

1987. A sterling silver medallion, dated Fall 1987, a year before the film's release, with the title and the two principal cities of the film, Chicago and Tahoe, printed on the perimeter. Of unknown (to us) purpose, but presented by Mamet, with an autograph note signed to a collector: "To ___ - Here is an item I do not think you have - with all best wishes/ David/ 6F95." The medallion is 1-5/8" in diameter, and has two ribbon attachment points on the back (no ribbon present). The note is on the back of Mamet's business card (which states only "David Mamet"), and it has been curled around the medallion, with retained creases. Exceedingly scarce memorabilia of a Mamet film, with a note attesting to its provenance being directly from the author himself. [#030753] $750
San Francisco, Arion Press, 1992. A limited edition of the title essay from The Cabin. One of 500 copies. This copy is warmly inscribed by Mamet in 1996 "with all appreciation for your granting me a most lovely weekend at Dartmouth." Fine in self-wrappers. [#021641] $225
NY, Grove Press, (1988). The hardcover issue of this play about the Hollywood film business, which Mamet knows from much experience. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Together with the Playbill for the Royale Theatre production, starring Madonna, Joe Mantegna and Ron Silver [NY: Playbill, Volume 88, No. 6, 1988]. The play was nominated for a Tony Award for best play of the year, and Silver won a Tony for his performance. Small tear at crown; else fine in stapled wrappers. [#026805] $200
Woodstock, Overlook Press, (1999). Poetry by the playwright and filmmaker. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#024759] $125
(NY), The Free Press, (1999). The uncorrected proof copy. A collection of essays, many previously published, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and noted filmmaker. Minor wrinkling to rear cover; near fine in wrappers. [#013726] $40
NY, Grove Weidenfeld, (1990). Only issued in wrappers. Light top edge foxing; else Very Good. [#708595] $20
Boston, Little Brown, (1996). Essays and remembrances. Light foxing to top edge; else Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket with a vertical spine crease. [#708598] $20
(NY), Viking, (1989). His second collection of essays, on themes artistic and autobiographical. Mild mottling to spine cloth; else Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. [#708594] $20
NY, Viking, (1989). Review copy w/ publisher's materials laid in. Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#708082] $20
NY, The Free Press, (1997). The uncorrected proof copy of his second work of fiction. One small edge nick, else fine in wrappers. [#009410] $20
Boston, Little Brown, (1994). The playwright's first novel. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#913656] $20
NY, Grove Press, (1979). The hardcover issue of his fifth regularly published play. Light foxing to top edge and foredge; else Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket with a small gutter nick. [#708588] $20
NY, Pantheon Books, (1997). The uncorrected proof copy of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's advice to actors. Fine in wrappers. [#009409] $20
(NY), Viking, (1986). His first collection of essays. Light top edge and foredge foxing; else Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. [#708591] $20
NY, Kipling Press, (1987). A children's book co-authored by Mamet and his wife, with illustrations by Stephen Alcorn. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. [#708592] $20
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