New York: Winford Publications, 1935. First edition. Fair with a cocked spine, chips and short tears along the edges, slight paper loss at the spine ends, soiling. Stories by Frank L. Robertson, Harry Sinclair Drago, Bruce Douglas, Cliff Walters.
New York: Better Publications, 1949. First edition. Fair with dampstains and heavily soiling, some paper loss along the spine and bottom corner of front cover, a two inch tear in the front cover, edgewear, pages age toned. Includes a story by Jim Mayo (Pseudonym of Louis L'Amour).
Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1948. First edition. Fair, dampstains and wear on edges, thick stain and abrasions on bottom inner corner of front wrap, age-toning. Stories by Mildred Gordon, John W. Shevlin, Charles Recour, Guy Archette, H. B. Hickey, others.
New York: W.N. Perrin & Company, . Film corporation stock book. Oblong octavo. Green boards with red canvas spine and gilt lettering. Wear to the spine ends, writing on the cover, and with 22 of the 50 stock certificates still attached, an additional six present but loose, and eight certificate...
New York: The Century Company, (1925). First edition. Foxing to the foredge else fine in an attractive, very good or better dustwrapper with a few small nicks. A western featuring a cowboy detective. In Hubin.
London: Mills and Boon, (1957). First English edition. Foxing to the endpapers, very good plus in an about very good dustwrapper with several small chips, parallel tears on the edges of the rear panel and a little rubbing. Bad men in the Dakota Territory pursue Chip Jenkins.
New York: Harvey House, 1972. First edition. Fine in very near fine dustwrapper with a tiny tear. Western intended for a younger audience, most copies went to libraries.
(London): Hodder & Stoughton, (No date - 1922). Original dust jack art. Image matted to approximately 11" x 17". Pastel. About fine. Unsigned (possibly by Eugene Hastain). Image of a misty-eyed woman.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1952. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper with a couple of short tears. Source of the passable 1956 western film that featured Robert Ryan. Scarce.
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1905. First edition. Gilt titles. 424pp. Illustrated with color plates by Eric Pape. Very good with a cracked front hinge, slight foxing on the page foredge, and wear on the extremities.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, (1973). 7/1/2008. First paperback edition. Near fine in lightly worn wrappers.
New York: Hillman-Curl, 1939. First edition. Gift inscription on the front fly else fine in a fresh, very good plus dustwrapper with a couple of short tears and a light finger puncture on the front gutter. An unusually bright copy.
New York: Chelsea House, (1927). First edition. Slight spotting to the spine, still about fine in a very attractive, near fine dustwrapper with a small chip at the crown, and a few old, internal repairs. Old mountain man trains his dead partner's son in the ways of the West. One...
Pleasantville: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., (1987). 7/8/2009. Third Printing. Fine in near fine dustwrapper.
Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, (1945). First edition. Very near fine in very good dustwrapper with a couple of tears, and a faint crease on the spine.
New York: TOR, 1997. First edition. Uncorrected Proof. Fine in wrappers. Tales of the Oregon Trail by an award-winning Texas writing team.
(New York): Lenox Hill Press, 1971. Hardcover. First American edition. Ex-library copy (as Lenox Hill Press usually is) good only with usual markings in a very good dustwrapper with a spine label and wear to the extremities. An American Western by an English author.
New York: Macaulay, (1934). First edition. Slight wear at the bottom of the boards, still about fine in an attractive, very good, price-clipped dustwrapper with a creased tear along the edge of the spine and front panel and a couple of small chips. Everard Winton tames the impossible horse, the...
New York: Macaulay, (1935). First edition. Binding slightly soiled, still fine in a price-clipped, just about fine dustwrapper. Young white man raised by the Cheyenne, returns to the white people, has adventures. The prolific Faust was also well known under the pseudonym Max Brand.
New York: A.L. Burt Company, (1924). Hardcover. Reprint. Near fine with corners lightly bumped, lacking the dustwrapper.
NY/London: Harper & Brothers, (1922). First edition. Green cloth stamped in mustard. Contemporary owner's gift inscription on front fly, spine cocked, corners bumped, very good lacking the dustwrapper. Romance and adventure in the Texas oil fields. Basis for a 1940 Alfred E. Green film featuring John Garfield, Frances Farmer, and...
New York: A.L. Burt, 1913. Reprint. Fine in fine and bright dustwrapper with a tiny chip on the rear panel, and a crease on the spine. A lovely copy.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1913. Advance copy of the first edition in salmon papercovered boards with printed white label mounted on front board. Illustrated by M. Leone Bracker. Lacking the front fly, front hinge starting, spine faded and chipped, light dampstains on boards, a good only copy. Basis for...
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1909. First edition. Illustrations by Harvey T. Dunn. Red cloth stamped in silver and applied printed illustration. Fine. A lovely copy.
New York: A.L. Burt, c. 1920. Reprint. Near fine in pictorial boards, with a lightly faded spine, light edgewear, lacking a dustwrapper. Beach's first novel.