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1 London, Jack BEFORE ADAM
New York Macmillan 1907 First US Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Fantasy bookplate of noted collector/publisher Oswald Train to front fixed endpaper. Neat mend to gutter of front endpaper, spine panel darkened, titles mostly illegible else a solid VERY GOOD copy. Illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull 
B&W Illustrations; 8vo; 242 pages; Original rough weave tan cloth illustrated with footprints 
Price: 100.00 USD
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2 London, Jack THE GAME
New York The MacMillan Company 1905 First US Edition; Second Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Original owners signature (murray M McGuire) written inside front cover on pastedown. Illustrated by Henry Hutt and T C Lawrence 
Second issue with 1/16 inch stamp above copyright "Metropolitan Magazine Co", states printing was June 1905. Has frontispiece with protective tissue and all other illustration present. 6 pages advertisements at rear. Gilt top edge. Pictorial endpapers. Ribbed green cloth with red letters on cover, gilt letters on spine. ; 8vo; 182 pages 
Price: 175.00 USD
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3 London, Jack THE STAR ROVER
Macmillan 1915 First US Edition; Second Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
From 1915, this is the first American edition of Jack London's last book, The Star Rover, published by Macmillan in October 1915 (the second printing of the first, same month as the first printing). An attractive copy of London's great astral projection and reincarnation novel. Per Sisson and Martens (p. 84) only 13,021 copies of the first edition were produced. An unusual topic for London as it deals with the out-of-body experiences of a prisoner tortured in a straight jacket. (BAL 11963). A man in prison has mysterious trancelike experiences. Blue cloth stamped in blue, white and gold. Illustrated. Frontispiece in colors. 329 pages, 8x5, almost no wear. A previous owner has tipped in a clipping that is a contemporary review of the book. Definitely a New York paper, but I am not sure which one. The anonymous reviewer comments that London "has hit upon a new idea in fiction, and has worked it out with patient, painstaking art, at the same time striking a blow on behalf of prison reform. "; 8vo 
Price: 175.00 USD
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