Jeeves & The Tie That Binds
By P. G. Wodehouse
American First Edition, First Impression (Simon and Schuster, 1971). Very minor compression to spine tips, else fine. Light wear to extremities of original and unclipped dust jacket with a little rubbing to corners; very small closed tear to rear panel.
By Stephen King
First edition, first impression (Doubleday & Company Inc, 1978), with S52 to rear margin and price of $8.95 to front flap. Signed, inscribed and dated by the author to the front endpaper: "For Stanley All Best, Stephen King 1/15/82".
The author's first short story collection. Winner of the Balrog Award for Best Collection and nominated as best collection in 1979 for the Locus Award and World Fantasy Award. One of a small print run, when compared to previous titles, of around 12,000 copies.
Fine book. The original and unclipped dust jacket has a little rubbing and a couple of tiny nicks and chips to spine tips; small and inconspicuous closed tear to head of front panel and to top fore-edge of upper and lower panels with original price label to lover panel crossed over in biro.
A near fine example overall.
A Fairly Honourable Defeat
By Iris Murdoch
First Edition, First Impression (Chatto and Windus, 1970). A little compression to spine foot and light soiling to top edge of text block. Original and unclipped dust jacket has some wear to extremities and a stain to verso covered by front flap.
Now We Are Six
By A A Milne
First Deluxe Edition (Methuen & Co, 1927). Illustrations by E. H. Shepard.
Ink gift inscription to front endpaper (dated 1928), green silk ribbon marker, all edges gilt, original green limp leather gilt, occasional light rubbing and marking to covers, spine slightly faded; browning to half-title. Very good indeed.