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JACKSON, Helen H, Everett Gee JacksonRAMONA
$75.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, 1959
Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1087 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page., hardcover, Light creasing to the top outside corner of the text. About Fine in a Fine slipcase (Indians; California; Native Americans; Limited Editions; Fine Press, Limited Editions Club, Signed, Western Fiction, 19th Century American Literature, Native Americans)
Charles Agvent, ABAA
[United States]
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JACKSON, Helen H, Everett Gee JacksonRAMONA
$106.30
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, 1959
Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1035 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page., hardcover, Fine in a Fine slipcase (Signed; Indians; California; Native Americans; Limited Editions; Fine Press; Western Fiction; Literature: American, Limited Editions Club, Signed, Illustrated Books, 19th Century American Literature, Native Americans)
Charles Agvent, ABAA
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen HuntRamona
$35.88
Hardcover
Publisher: The Limited Editions Club, 1959
Hardcover. Used - Very Good. Los Angeles, 1959. Hardbound book with slipcase; limited edition of 1, 500 copies signed by illustrator, Everett Gee Jackson--this book is No. 1254; brown paper slipcase in good condition; multicolored cloth-covered boards; boards in very good condition with little or no wear; pencil markings on copyright page and first page of introduction, but otherwise unmarked interior; tight binding; clean, crisp text; illustrations; slipcase measures 10 5/8" tall by by 1...
A Squared Books
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen HuntRamona: a Story (the Limited Book Club) (Signed By Illustrator)
$39.95
Hardcover
Publisher: The Plantin Press for the Limited Book Club, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A., 1959
Limited Edition. Cloth Hardback. Used - Very Good. Book Very Good null Very Good. Slip Case & Dust Jacket/ VG 8vo-over 7? ? "-9? ? " tall. Signed by Illustrator NUMBER 1136 of 1500 copies. Pages clean, tight, crisp. Copy of THE MONTHLY LETTER of THE LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB included. Title info on spine in beige leather with red letters. Some fading on brown slipcase but no tears. Previous owners info inside front cover. Limited Edition
Mostly Books
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen Hunt; Dobie, J. Frank (Introduction): Jackson, Everett Gee (Illustrator)Ramona (Signed By Illustrator)
$40.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles, CA, 1959
Limited Edition. Used - Very Good. Quarto in multicolored (red, yellow, brown) striped cloth with brown paper covered slipcase, VG+/VG+, title in red on matching decorative paper labels on spines of volume and slipcase. Light shelf wear, age toning to text block, text clean. SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR on limitation page at back of volume. Volume 227 of a limited edition of 1500.428/ pages. Shelve Folio Society. Dupont. Limited Edition
Second Story Books
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen HRamona
$75.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles, 1959
hardcover. Used - Very Good Light creasing to the top outside corner of the text About Fine in a Fine slipcase. Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1087 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the...
Charles Agvent, ABAA
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen HuntRamona
$100.00
Hardcover
Publisher: LEC, 1959
Hardcover. Used - Fine/Like New. Limited edition. Patterned cloth with paper spine label in slipcase. Fine with lightly rubbed boards in lightly worn slipcase. Color illustrations by Everett Jackson. Signed by Illustrator.
The Hermitage Bookshop, ABAA
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen HRamona
$106.30
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles, 1959
hardcover. Used - Fine/Like New Fine in a Fine slipcase. Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1035 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page.
Charles Agvent, ABAA
[United States]
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Jackson, Helen Hunt. Illustrated By Everett Gee JacksonRamona
$130.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club
Used - Fine/Like New. Introduction by J. Frank Dobie. Illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the artist. Bound in multi-colored course woven cloth with paper label on spine. Fine in fine slipcase.
Laurie Books
[United States]
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Helen Hunt JacksonRamona
$150.00
Hardcover
Publisher: The Plantin Press/Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles, 1959
Cloth. Used - Fine/Like New. Hardcover in Slipcase. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Illustrator Signed Limited Edition. Signed by the Illustrator Everett Gee Jackson on the colophon page. Introduction by J. Frank Dobie. #226 of 1500 copies. A Fine copy in a Near Fine slipcase. Hardcover; thick octavo; woven multicolored cloth; paper paste-down spine label with titles printed in red; brown paper covered slipcase; 428 pp.; illustrated with color engravings; slight rubbing to slipcase, else a...
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AuthorTitlePriceNotesBooksellerAction
JACKSON, Helen HRAMONA
$75.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles, 1959
Used. Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1087 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page. Light creasing to the top outside corner of the text. About Fine in a Fine slipcase (INDIANS; CALIFORNIA; NATIVE AMERICANS; LIMITED EDITIONS; FINE PRESS)
Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB
[United States]
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JACKSON, Helen HRAMONA
$106.30
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, Los Angeles, 1959
Used. Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1035 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page. (SIGNED; INDIANS; CALIFORNIA; NATIVE AMERICANS; LIMITED EDITIONS; FINE PRESS; WESTERN FICTION; LITERATURE: AMERICAN)
Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB
[United States]
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JACKSON, Helen HRAMONA
$75.00
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, 1959
Los Angeles: Limited Editions Club, 1959. hardcover. Light creasing to the top outside corner of the text. About Fine in a Fine slipcase. Everett Gee Jackson. Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1087 of...
Charles Agvent
[United States]
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JACKSON, Helen HRAMONA
$106.30
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, 1959
Los Angeles: Limited Editions Club, 1959. hardcover. Fine in a Fine slipcase. Everett Gee Jackson. Large octavo (7" x 10") bound in colorful full woven fabric with a printed paper spine label, 446 pages. An historical novel championing the rights of Native Americans, first published in 1884 and here printed by the Plantin Press with an introduction by J. Frank Dobie and with color illustrations by Everett Gee Jackson. Copy #1035 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page....
Charles Agvent
[United States]
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