Catalogues

New Arrivals: Short, Sweet, Steinbeck.

This week we are pleased to offer a choice selection of John Steinbeck first editions. 

End of November E-List

This week's list features several works by Mari Sandoz, a 1930s automotive set, a book bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, and a handful of modern editions of timeless classics.

 

Spooky E-List

Ken Sanders Rare Books presents a list of 13 of our spookiest items.
 
Happy Halloween!

E-Cat 13: Beat Literature

Hey, check out this "cool cat." Featuring signed and early editions of Ginsberg, Burroughs, Kerouac, and many more!

Short Archive List

Today, we present a list of 5 archives that we have catalogued. This motley list of archives features a collection of samples of upholstery trim for muscle cars, as well as correspondence and original pieces of poetry and prose from the writers Doris Lessing and Brian Aldiss.

In the Land of Oz

A sampling of our charming and delightful “Wizard of Oz” books, including several first and early editions.

Follow the yellow brick road!

John Ruyle Collection

Today we present you with a list of 51 early science fiction titles that we obtained from Serendipity Books after the unfortunate passing of Peter B. Howard. The lion's share of the books belonged to the writer, publisher, and ardent collector, John Eric Ruyle (1934-2008). Ruyle, the creator of Berkeley’s fine press, Pequod Press, was a passionate collector of Sherlockiana and early science fiction, including books with only minute or obscure “occult” and “fantasy” elements. The impassioned spirit with which Ruyle approached his collection, is immediately evident when one looks at the detailed pencil notations he has left on the endpapers of so many of the books that he collected. In his notes, Ruyle often comments on such things as the sheets used during the publication process of the title, its printing history, and any specific references or themes in the book, which imbue it with its unique “fantastical” flavor, no matter how abstruse.