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click for a larger image of item #914705, Homecoming NY, Grove, (1984). The hardcover issue of her first book, a collection of poetry, published seven years before her award-winning first novel, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents. Inscribed by the author in January of 1985, the year following publication. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with just slight wear to the spine extremities, and a touch of unnecessary black ink added to the crown. The hardcover issue of this book is very scarce, particularly in fine condition and signed. [#914705] $850
$595
(Weston), Living Hand, (1974). His first book. Poetry, published as Living Hand 3, the third issue of the magazine that Auster founded and edited. Mild edge sunning and a couple of tiny spots on the rear cover; near fine in wrappers. [#911268] $200
$130
click for a larger image of item #30769, Correspondence File 1989-2001. Three typed letters signed; two typed postcards signed; one holiday card and roughly forty pieces of promotional material, tearsheets, press releases, article photocopies, etc., pertaining to Bruchac's roles as writer, speaker, activist, story-teller, father, and the drummer for the Dawn Land Singers. In the correspondence, Bruchac is encouraging of the recipient's writing and generous with family updates and updates on his own projects; the longest letter concerns his decision to turn down a co-editing project with his correspondent, apparently involving a collection of Native American writing and art. In part: "It takes a long time to put a special issue of any magazine together -- trust me on this after more than three decades of editing. It takes, on average, twice as long to get work from Native American writers." All items near fine or better. [#030769] $450
$293
click for a larger image of item #28091, Original Drawing for Tornado Alley 1988. An original drawing by Wilson for Burroughs' 1989 book Tornado Alley. This image was included in the exhibition "Ports of Entry: William Burroughs and the Arts" that was mounted by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1996, and it is reproduced on page 140 of the exhibition catalog. Interestingly, the illustration in the book does not show some of the work that Wilson did, as it was done using nonrepro blue pencil which does not show up when photographed: Wilson's edits didn't appear in Tornado Alley and they don't appear in Ports of Entry, but they are quite visible in the work itself. Wilson, one of the great artists of the underground comix of the 1960s and beyond, whom R. Crumb has said was a major influence on Crumb's own work, collaborated with Burroughs on a number of projects. This is not only a significant work of art, and a significant association with Burroughs, but it is also signed by Wilson, who has added, "To Nelson" next to his signature: Wilson gave this work to his friend Nelson Lyon, who loaned it to the exhibition and is listed in the book as one of the lenders to the exhibit. This is, in effect, a three-way association: Nelson Lyon was the co-producer of Burroughs' Dead City Radio, a 1990 album of Burroughs reading his work (including pieces from Tornado Alley) against a background of experimental music by various artists. 9-3/4" x 6-3/4". Matted and framed. Fine. A notable association copy, and an artifact of one of the great collaborations that Burroughs engaged in. [#028091] $7,500
$5,625
London, Faber and Faber, (1980). First thus: the first British edition of this collection of stories, some of which appeared in the collection War Crimes, which was not published outside of his native Australia, and the others of which are from his first book, which was published in Australia with this same title in 1974. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911418] $175
$114
click for a larger image of item #4067, Commencement Address, Typescript (West Hartford), (U. of Hartford), (1988). A photocopy of the typescript of the untitled speech Carver gave when he received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree at the University of Hartford. The typescript differs from the published version in paragraphing and in the deletion of one 17-word clause, which has been circled in ink on the photocopy -- thus providing an earlier view of the text of the speech than that which was published in the program of the Commencement (a copy of which is included here). The typescript is near fine; the program is fine. [#004067] $350
$228
click for a larger image of item #912353, Two Poems Concord, Ewert, 1986. A holiday greeting issued by Ewert. There were 100 copies consisting of a single sheet, folded once; there were 26 lettered copies that were bound in brown wrappers, lettered, and signed by the author. This is letter M of 26 lettered copies signed by Carver. Fine. [#912353] $325
$211
click for a larger image of item #31672, In Patagonia London/NY, Jonathan Cape/Summit, 1977/1978. A hardcover advance proof copy of the American edition of Chatwin's first book, created from a first British edition, with the addition of a U.S. proof dust jacket, featuring quotes from British publications (including Paul Theroux, writing for the London Times). The British trade edition has had its free endpages excised and pasted over the pictorial pastedowns; and the photographs that graced the text of the British edition have also been excised, in keeping with the appearance of the American edition. This copy was obviously sent out and used for review: reviewer's marks and comments in text, and the blank jacket flaps have been filled with the reviewer's notes. The book, apart from the intended excisions and notes, is fine; the proof jacket (again, apart from the reviewer notes), is spine and edge-sunned, with the title and author handwritten on the spine, largely faded; overall near fine. An uncommon issue, presumably done prior to the issuance of an American proof copy and different from the U.K. first edition in ways that parallel the eventual U.S. edition (and U.S. proof). [#031672] $750
$525
(Comics Anthology)
click for a larger image of item #33208, Blab! #6 Princeton, Kitchen Sink Press, 1991. The sixth issue of this alternative comics anthology, signed by contributors Doug Allen, Skip Williamson, John Petrie, Daniel Gillespie Clowes, and Monte Beauchamp. The theme of this issue is alcohol and alcoholism, with illustrated stories and comics by more than a dozen writers and artists. Clowes illustrated Petrie's and Beauchamp's piece on alcoholic cartoonists -- an early work for him. Light general wear; near fine in wrappers. [#033208] $150
$98
click for a larger image of item #32951, Original Art (n.p.), McSweeney's, (2000). An ink drawing by Eggers of a malformed human, captioned "Things have changed since then, executed on the previously blank dust jacket of Timothy McSweeney's Issue No. 5. Signed (initialed) by Eggers. With an additional ink drawing by Eggers on the flyleaf, of an amoeba shape, captioned, "At one time they were all like this." Eggers has been selling his captioned paintings and prints of captioned animals to benefit ScholarMatch (which he also founded), an organization that funds college educations. Additionally signed by Ben Greenman. Issue No. 5 was the first hardcover issue of Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, and it was issued in three variant bindings and four variant dust jackets. This is the Ted Koppel binding with the previously blank white front. Two tiny spots to foredge and small lower board nicks; near fine in a very good, mildly dusty jacket with a couple of closed tears. [#032951] $850
$595
click for a larger image of item #10351, The Samisdat Poems of W.D. Ehrhart Richford, Samisdat, 1980. An omnibus volume collecting the poems in his three earlier Samisdat pamphlets, along with new poems. Fine in wrappers. [#010351] $40
$20
(Anthology)
click for a larger image of item #786, The Best American Short Stories 1980 [Boston], [Houghton Mifflin], [1980]. An advance issue consisting of unbound 8-1/2" x 11" sheets of this collection edited by Stanley Elkin and with stories by John Updike, John Sayles, Donald Barthelme, Frederick Busch, William Gass, Larry Heinemann, I.B. Singer, Grace Paley, Peter Taylor, Mavis Gallant, Elizabeth Hardwick and others. Elkin's introduction bears copyeditor's marks throughout. Minor edge wear to a few pages; else fine. [#000786] $150
$98
(NY), Caterpillar, (1967). Poems by Eshleman, issued as Caterpillar X. Copy 10 of 300 numbered copies. Not signed on the colophon, but inscribed by Eshleman to Alan Brilliant of Unicorn Press. Tapebound in tall cardstock covers. Some offsetting to title page around the address portion of mailing envelope that is laid in; near fine. [#028759] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #911202, Bright Angel (n.p.), (n.p.), 1988. A 120-page screenplay by Ford for a 1991 film adaptation he did from stories in his collection Rock Springs. Signed by Ford. An unknown number of copies were produced; Ford signed seven of them at a reading in 1990. Photo-reproduced sheets on 3-hole paper. In this copy, page 120 was typed on a different typewriter than the first 119 pages. A fine copy, bound in a flexible blue binder. The film was directed by Michael Fields and starred Dermot Mulroney, Lili Taylor, Sam Shepard and Valerie Perrine. [#911202] $1,000
$700
click for a larger image of item #911203, Bright Angel (n.p.), (n.p.), 1988. A 120-page screenplay by Ford for a 1991 film adaptation he did from stories in his collection Rock Springs. The film was directed by Michael Fields and starred Dermot Mulroney, Lili Taylor, Sam Shepard and Valerie Perrine. Apparently a later generation photocopy, as the text is less sharp; also the rectos of the pages tend to stick to the versos of the pages preceding. This copy is signed by the author. Near fine, in maroon binder. [#911203] $1,000
$700
click for a larger image of item #27204, The Autumn of the Patriarch London, Cape, (1977). The uncorrected proof copy of the first British edition of Garcia Marquez's first novel after the worldwide success of One Hundred Years of Solitude. An ambitious, experimental novel: 269 pages in six chapters, each of which is a single paragraph of extended sentences, with each of the chapters a retelling of the story of the power held by his fictional dictator. This copy is inscribed by the author on the half-title: "Para ____ Con todo mi afecto, Gabriel, 2001." Very modest dust soiling to covers; near fine in wrappers. An uncommon proof and especially so signed. [#027204] $1,250
$938
click for a larger image of item #31909, The Calcutta Chromosome (London), Picador, (1996). The first British edition. Inscribed by the author to Peter [Matthiessen], "with admiration," in the year of publication. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#031909] SOLD
(NY), Morrow, (2009). Inscribed by the author to Robert Stone: "To my literary idol. I owe you more debt than you know." Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#033726] $85
$43
click for a larger image of item #31395, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time Promotional Mobile London, Jonathan Cape, 2003. A promotional cardboard mobile with five Volkswagens: 2 red, 1 blue, 1 black, 1 yellow; therefore, according to the code of the book, signifying neither a Good Day nor a Black Day. Fine. The only such mobile we have seen. [#031395] $150
$98
click for a larger image of item #33460, The Circle Home NY, Thomas Y. Crowell, (1960). A specially-bound author's copy. Three quarter leather, raised bands, gilt stamped, marbled endpapers. Probably a unique copy made for Hoagland by the publisher, or one of a couple of copies created by the publisher for the author and publisher -- a somewhat widespread tradition in American publishing in that era. Front cover fully detached, and in need of repair to be functional; leather somewhat mottled. A 1964 newspaper clipping about the 31-year-old Hoagland receiving two literary grants is laid in. From the author's library. [#033460] $450
$293
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (1998). A novel in this Montana author's popular and critically well-received crime series featuring "Fang" Mullheisen, a Detroit policeman. Warmly inscribed by Jackson to fellow writer Steve [Krauzer]. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#027805] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #30739, No Rest for the Wicked (Stockholm), Imaginary Worlds, (2001). Keene's virtually unfindable first book, a collection of stories published by a short-lived specialty press in Sweden, whose books were printed in quantities measured in the hundreds. Warmly inscribed by the author in the year of publication. Keene has since gone on to win two Bram Stoker awards, including one for his first novel in 2003, The Rising, an early novel in the zombie craze that has pervaded pop culture in recent years. Bookplate of the recipient, another author, on the front flyleaf. A couple of small spots to the cloth; near fine in a very near fine dust jacket with a couple of tiny nicks along the folds. Laid in is the brochure for Keene's instructional program on Guerilla Marketing. Scarce. [#030739] $850
$595
Marvin, Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1982. A collection of poems. With a cover illustration by Rokwaho. Inscribed by the author to Joe and Carol [Bruchac]. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#025576] $60
$30
(n.p.), Viking, (1987). The uncorrected proof copy of this collection of short pieces, both fiction and nonfiction. "Press Copy" markings to cover and summary page; one corner crease; near fine in wrappers. [#016287] $40
$20
click for a larger image of item #31419, Oregon Trail 1975-2000 Eugene, Bend in the River Council, (1974). An ambitious project conceived by Kesey (as Co-Director) and others to form a Council to address the major problems facing Oregon (and by extension, the U.S.) in a manner which would expose the issues to the public at large and allow for public input. This is a press kit cum prospectus for the council, including numerous separate pieces, e.g. a copy of a letter to Kesey from the Governor, lauding the project; a two-page set of proposals for the creation of the council and its structure and agenda; two issues of The Bend in the River Reality, a broadsheet newspaper, to which Ken Kesey and Ken Babbs, among others, contribute to Issue 1, the "Special Armory Issue," and the same contributions appear in Issue Number 2, the "Special Coast Issue"; there are two magazine-format issues of The BITR Papers, with different color covers and variant content, some of which overlaps with other items in the lot. The intent of the project was to create an educated, informed "Enlightened Constituency" that would "influence not only the state's politicians, the populace and the industry, but the future course of her sister states as well, and thus help steer this nation through the uncharted waters before us." While it may not be attributable to this particular effort, Oregon has become something of a bellwether for the rest of the region and for the country as a whole; one way or another, the project has in many ways largely come to fruition. All housed in a Bend in the River Council folder. Edge-sunned and musty; very good. Rare. [#031419] $565
$396
click for a larger image of item #30298, Stephen King Talks and Reads [Bag of Bones Audio Preview] [NY], Scribner/Simon & Schuster Audio, 1998. An advance promotional cassette for this novel that was positioned by King's publisher as more of a mainstream novel and love story than the kind of horror novel the author is most famous for. On the tape, King talks about the novel and reads a preview. Likely listened to, but near fine or better in the publisher's cardstock cassette case. With the card of a Scribner publicity director laid in. [#030298] $115
$75
(NY), Octopus/Heinemann, (1981). First thus, a three-novel omnibus edition. Bookplate of another author on the front flyleaf. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030321] $40
$20
click for a larger image of item #30350, The Stephen King Companion Kansas City, Andrews and McMeel, (1995). A presentation copy of the limited revised edition. "PC" on the colophon, which is signed by Beahm and four others: Stephen Spignesi, David Lowell, Michael Collings, and Kenny Ray Linkous. With a typed note from Beahm to recipient laid in. Bookplate of recipient front flyleaf. Fine, without dust jacket, as issued; lacking slipcase. [#030350] $150
$98
click for a larger image of item #32988, Lemon (Brooklyn), McSweeney's, (2000). A collection of 11 items related to the playwright's first novel, as follows: two velobound proofs, one printed on rectos only, one double-sided and signed by Krauser; one copy of the book, unsigned, and with eight copies of the dust jacket (2 folded, 6 flat), each uniquely illustrated, annotated, and/or signed by Krauser (as was the entire print run). The eight annotated and illustrated jackets included here tell a bit of a story: the first one (dated 10/9/00 and labeled #1) features a regal character with a flag; the next five are dated 10/10 and are created on the flight from Reykjavik, Iceland (where the book was being printed and bound), during which Krauser has apparently noticed glaring errors in his proofs. One jacket reads: "Is it possible that my anxiety re THESE THOSE F*CKING TYPOES HOW COULD I MISS THEM is causing turbulence in this plane, to this plane, now? [to believe that would constitute or imply psychosis]...Hell in the Heavens." Next, a self portrait with: "If this plane crashes, the typos in my book won't seem as horrible." And then, a more wavering portrait with, "doodling seems to help - how?- me feel better about the typos TOO MANY TOO MANY OUCH!!! ALL MY MEGALOFAULT." There then follow two more doodled jackets from the same day, one is a bit of a carnival abstract, one is more of an inhabited landscape. Two more doodled proof jackets are wrapped around the book, one dated in November and one in December; the December one is a scrawl but bears the title; the November one seems more equanimous. The six flat jackets are all identified by the author as "printer's proofs" and have the publisher's trim markings and color guide present, and all are signed by Krauser. The two folded jackets are wrapped around the book and have the author's individual designs and dates but no signatures. All elements are fine. Needless to say, unique. [#032988] $500
$325
NY, Diamond, (1992). Inscribed by the author, with well-intentioned profanities. Stamp of recipient inside the front cover. Near fine in wrappers. [#030966] $40
$20
click for a larger image of item #13716, Autograph Note Signed Undated. On Esquire notepaper. "Lucky you! Yeah, his King Kong business was falling-down funny. Love, Gordon." Folded once, paperclip imprint; else fine. [#013716] $40
$20
(NY), Viking, (1990). Signed by the author. Unmarked, but from the library of Robert Stone. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#033754] $85
$43
NY, Bantam, (1957). The first Bantam paperback printing of his first novel, published as Race Rock in 1954. Unmarked, but from the library of Peter Matthiessen. Spine creased, pages browning, one small edge tear; very good in wrappers. [#032031] SOLD
NY, Knopf, 1972. Acclaimed first book by this Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Fine in a very near fine dust jacket with just a faint label removal shadow to the front cover and a touch of dustiness to the rear white panel. [#915381] $175
$114
(Sports and Fitness)
click for a larger image of item #32322, Typed Letter Signed, with Vim and Vigor 1964. May 15, 1964. Hall of Famer Musial ("Stan the Man") played baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1941 to 1963 (minus one year in the Navy); in February, 1964, he began a three-year term as Consultant to the President on Physical Fitness, under President Lyndon Johnson. This (form) letter, written on White House stationery, addressed to the Public Relations Director of the L.A. Dodgers, and signed by Musial as "Stan," asks for help, "since we don't have funds for advertising" in publicizing "two new books -- Vim for girls, Vigor for boys -- which explain how important [exercise] can be to their future." Included here are copies of Vim and Vigor, "A Complete Exercise Plan for Girls/Boys 12 to 18." [Washington, D.C.: President's Council on Physical Fitness, 1964]. Each is 24 pages, leading off with a Presidential Message from Johnson and concluding with a message from President Kennedy "prepared especially for this book in November, 1963." The 50+ year old advice is surprisingly current, and the advice across the two genders is surprisingly balanced. The letter is fine; the booklets are very good (Vim) and near fine (Vigor) in stapled wrappers. An example of the youthful President Kennedy's foresight in his emphasis on physical fitness, and the subsequent President taking up the mantle to continue his effort with the help of one of the athletic superstars of the day. [#032322] $565
$396
(Greenfield), (Greenfield Review), (1973). The second issue of this collection of poems. Cover illustration by Wendy Rose. An early book by one of the more important Native American poets to come to prominence in the renaissance of American Indian literature that took place in the Seventies. Signed by the author in 1973. Minor rubbing and creasing; near fine in stapled wrappers. [#025650] $115
$75
click for a larger image of item #16779, The Wishing Bone Cycle NY, Stonehill Publishing, (1976). Swampy Cree Indian narrative poems, translated by Norman, with a preface by poet and translator Jerome Rothenberg, founder of Alcheringa. Winner of the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets. This is the hardcover issue; there was a simultaneous issue in wrappers. This is also Norman's first book from a regular trade publisher, rather than a small press; two of his later books of fiction were nominated for the National Book Award. Faint spot to top edge and faint sticker removal on front panel of jacket; else fine in a fine, price-clipped dust jacket. [#016779] $150
$98
Berkeley, Turtle Island, 1977. Poems, with artwork by Native American artist Aaron Yava. This is one of 1900 copies in wrappers, not to be confused with the edition that came out in 1984. Signed by the author. Erasure front flyleaf; near fine. [#025675] $95
$48
click for a larger image of item #24593, Vernon God Little (London), Faber and Faber, (2003). The advance reading copy of his Guardian Prize- and Booker Prize-winning first novel. Extremely slight corner bump; still fine in wrappers. [#024593] $60
$30
click for a larger image of item #33533, The Gorky Poems Mexico, Corno Emplumado, 1966. A bilingual (English/Spanish) edition. Inscribed by Rothenberg to Clay [Clayton Eshleman] & Caryl in 1979, "con fuertes abrazos." With Eshleman's ownership signature, dated 1966. One of 1000 copies, published by poet Margaret Randall's bilingual small press in Mexico City, which was a key outlet for avant garde poetry in the 1960s, until it was forced to close down in 1969 after taking a stand in support of the 1968 Mexican Student Movement, which ended with the Tlatelolco massacre in October, 1968. Near fine in wrappers. [#033533] SOLD
NY, Random House, (1971). Second printing. Roth's send-up of Nixon and the Nixon administration. Inscribed by the author: "For ___ and ___, two good kids." Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911936] $350
$228
click for a larger image of item #14254, His Picture in the Papers NY, Charterhouse, [1974]. A review copy. Inscribed by Schickel. Subtitled: "A Speculation on Celebrity in America, Based on the Life of Douglas Fairbanks, Sr." Fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#014254] SOLD
NY, Bantam, 1988. The uncorrected proof copy. Unevenly sunned, thus very good in wrappers. Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Letter from the publisher's publicity director laid in. Also laid in is a fold out pictorial promotional item. [#031074] $40
$20
NY, Dutton, (1987). A review copy of this collection of poetry. Mild age toning to pages, else fine in a fine dust jacket, with review slip, author photo and promotional pages laid in. [#916868] $250
$163
(Anthology)
Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1964. Stone's first book appearance, "Walk, Don't Run" and "Geraldine," two excerpts from his first novel, written while he was participating in Wallace Stegner's Stanford writing program. These pieces were further revised by the time A Hall of Mirrors was published three years later. Fine in a fine, price-clipped dust jacket; a very nice copy of a book that is usually found quite rubbed. Other contributors to this volume include Ed McClanahan, Hugh Nissenson and Merrill Joan Gerber, among others. [#912833] $125
$81
click for a larger image of item #31526, Lovell Thompson 1902-1986 1986. A remembrance by Updike of his friend Thompson, read at Thompson's memorial service. Two photocopies, each four pages, folded in thirds, stapled, and stamped with Updike's address. Reproduces a couple holograph corrections and one note of transmittal. One copy is however actually signed by Updike. Near fine, and together with a copy of Bookbuilder, January/February 1987, the newsletter of the Bookbuilders of Boston, where the tribute was printed. [#031526] $575
$403
NY, Knopf, 1992. Inscribed by the author: "For ___ ___/ a great collector of me (and others)/ All best, John U." Top stain a tad faded, else fine in a fine dust jacket. [#030236] $115
$75
click for a larger image of item #30844, The Carpentered Hen NY, Harper & Brothers, (1958). His first book, a collection of poems, published in an edition of 2000 copies. Inscribed by the author in 1990: "For ___ ___/ warm regards to a great collector/ John Updike." The recipient was a neighbor of Updike, in addition to being a collector of his books. Trace foxing to edge of text block, else fine in a fine, price-clipped, first issue dust jacket, which ends with "two children" on the rear flap. A beautiful copy of a book that is known for its binding coming loose. With a custom three quarter leather clamshell case from the Praxis Bindery. [#030844] $2,000
$1,500
click for a larger image of item #9540, Happy Birthday, Wanda June Hollywood, The Wanda June Co., 1971. Vonnegut's first screenplay, for the 1971 film based on his stage play, which opened off-Broadway in 1970 and then moved to Broadway for a successful, although relatively short, run. This copy is identified on the front cover as a "Rehearsal Script" and dated March 25, 1971. Signed by Vonnegut on the front cover, with the added comment: "Genuine Relic." 8-1/2" x 11" sheets, printed on rectos only. Several penciled corrections in the text; claspbound in cardstock covers; faint coffee ring on rear cover; near fine. Rare. [#009540] $1,750
$1,313
click for a larger image of item #33310, The Gulf London, Jonathan Cape, (1969). First edition, preceding the American edition. Unmarked, but from the library of James Tate. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket with a couple of closed edge tears and one very small chip at the crown. [#033310] $100
$65
click for a larger image of item #3296, Autograph Letter Signed [1921]. May 30 [1921]. Written to Herbert Fay, Custodian of Lincoln's Tomb. One 8-1/2" x 11" sheet of white lined paper, written on both sides. This letter refers to White Eagle's being in charge of an exhibit in Chicago for the Custer Battlefield Highway Association and to his efforts to contact an Apache named Dr. Montezuma, who lived in Chicago, in order to provide Fay with a photograph for his collection. Folded in sixths for mailing. Near fine. [#003296] $650
$455
NY, Alicat Bookshop Press, 1948. Alicat Chapbooks No. XII. Willeford's first book, a collection of poems, preceded only by a group of poems in broadside format, issued as part of another Alicat Press collection. These poems contain the only descriptions Willeford ever committed to writing of his experience in World War II. Acidic paper browning with age and some wear to spine; a couple pages with 1" to 1-1/2" tears; about near fine in stapled, lightly sunned wrappers. [#002033] SOLD
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