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Marc Chagall (Jewish Encounters Series)

By: Wilson, Jonathan

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Schocken / Nextbook: 2007

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: SIGNED

Seller ID: 10557

ISBN: 0805242015

Condition: Fine

Price-clipped dust jacket, otherwise a fine, sharp copy. Inscribed to the previous owner and signed by the author on the title page. 238 pages, including a Bibliographic Note and Chronology of Chagall's life. "A portrait of one of the twentieth century's leading artists, Marc Chagall, reveals how his work reflects both a nostalgia for the vanished past and Jewish life in the early twentieth century, and his attraction to the secular goals and mores of modernism." View more info

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The Recital Series of Original Compositions for the Organ, No. 14: (a) The Seraph's Strain (b) Le Carillon

By: Wolstenhome, William (Composer); Edited by Edwin H. Lemare

Price: $35.00

Publisher: London, Novello & Co., Ltd.: 1923

Seller ID: 10521

Condition: Good

Printed covers with most of the spine split and a few stains to the front cover. The music comprises 12 pages laid in loose with notation in pencil from a previous owner. The rear cover lists 48 titles in the Recital Series Collected and Edited by Edwin H. Lemare with a date at the bottom of July 1923. The copyright for these compositions by Wolstenholme is 1898 by Robert Cocks & Co. and the Novello catalog number is 10841. View more info

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Yeager: An Autobiography

By: Yeager, Chuck and Leo Janos

Price: $60.00

Publisher: New York, Bantam Books: 1985

Edition: Fifth Printing

Seller ID: 10614

ISBN: 0553050931

Condition: Near Fine

Price-clipped dust jacket with a couple of short edge tears. Protected now in a Mylar sleeve. Signed by Chuck Yeager (name only) on the front endpaper. 342 pages with Index. Black and white photos. Clean copy. "General Chuck Yeager was the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound; a World War II flying ace in the US Air Force who later became a test pilot. He operated in the golden age of aviation - the daredevil, death-defying days of the true winged heroes." View more info