Lot 184 of 314:
A selection of Jack London related pamphlets and ephemera  

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Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
A selection of Jack London related pamphlets and ephemera

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Place:
Various places

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Date:
Various dates

Description:

Approximately 34 pieces, with some duplicates, bound in wrappers. Various editions.

A selection of scarce pamphlets, newsletters and miscellaneous ephemera by and about Jack London. Some titles are duplicated.

Includes:

  • London, Jack. The Tramp. (8 copies).  Wrappers. Some staining and chips to wrappers. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1905
  • London, Jack. Stories of Ships and the Sea. Little Blue Book No. 1169. (2 copies). Wrappers. [n.d.]
  • London, Jack. The Apostate. Little Blue Book No. 640. Wrappers.  [n.d.]
  • London, Jack. Daughters of the Rich: A Play. With a chronological bibliography of Jack London's plays compiled by James E. Sisson. Wrappers. Signed by James Sisson. 
  • Jack London: The Author With the Sales. (6 copies). Illustrated from photographs. Illustrated wrappers. Promotional pamphlet. Light wear, oxidation to staples. London: Mills & Boon Ltd., [1915].
  • Five copies of The Wolf, A Jack London Annual: 1974. 1975, 1983, 1992, 2003. . Illustrated wrappers. Olympia, Wahington: London Northwest. 1974-2003.
  • Wertheim, Stanley & Sal Noto,  editors. Dearest Greek, Jack and Charmian London's Presentation Inscriptions to George Sterling. Illustrated wrappers. Signed by the editors.  One of 500 copies. Cupertino, CA: Eureka Publications, 1983.
  • Bates, D. Michael, editor. Jack London Echoes: Vol. 1 No. 3. Wrappers. July, 1981.
  • Six copies of the Jack London Newsletter, spanning the years 1969-1985, and a copy of the newsletter index, 1995.
  • A few other pieces of related ephemera.

Lot Amendments

Condition:
Varying degrees of general light wear; all pieces very good.


 
Item number:
303325
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