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Author: Ruthven Todd
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10.25
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Amazon Marketplace /Amazon
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Used, Publisher: Dover Publications - Date 1969-10 - Paperback - English - edition: New Impression
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Ruthven Todd
USD
11.39
http://www.goniabooks.com /Biblio
Dover Publications, Date: 1969-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY. NO WRITING OR HIGHLIGHTING CLEAN PAGES THE COVER HAS LIGHT WEAR. COVID19 PRECAUTIONS IN PLACE. EACH OF OUR BOOKS IS METICULOUSLY INSPECTED AND ACCURATELY DESCRIBED. IN ADDITION OUR LIKE NEW BOOKS ARE VERY NEAR NEW. 1969. Dover Publications ISBN 0486221911 [US]
Ruthven Todd
USD
11.75
http://www.goniabooks.com via Alibris /Alibris
Dover Publications 1969-01-01 Paperback Very Good SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY. NO WRITING OR HIGHLIGHTING CLEAN PAGES THE COVER HAS LIGHT WEAR. COVID19 PRECAUTIONS IN PLACE. EACH OF OUR BOOKS IS METICULOUSLY INSPECTED AND ACCURATELY DESCRIBED. IN ADDITION OUR LIKE NEW BOOKS ARE VERY NEAR NEW.
Ruthven Todd
USD
11.75
Best and Fastest Books via Alibris /Alibris
Dover Publications 1969 Paperback Good 1968 Dover Press softcover, different cover design thanstock photo, solid and unmarked, light wear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books and media, ship within 48 hours, and offer a 100% money back guarantee. Customers purchasing more than one item from us may be entitled to a shipping discount.
Ruthven Todd
USD
11.75
Best and Fastest Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0486221911, ISBN13: 9780486221915, [publisher: Dover Publications] Softcover 1968 Dover Press softcover, different cover design thanstock photo, solid and unmarked, light wear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books and media, ship within 48 hours, and offer a 100% money back guarantee. Customers purchasing more than one item from us may be entitled to a shipping discount.
[Wantage, NJ, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1969]
Ruthven Todd
USD
11.87
Gonia Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0486221911, ISBN13: 9780486221915, [publisher: Dover Publications] Softcover SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY. NO WRITING OR HIGHLIGHTING CLEAN PAGES THE COVER HAS LIGHT WEAR. COVID19 PRECAUTIONS IN PLACE. EACH OF OUR BOOKS IS METICULOUSLY INSPECTED AND ACCURATELY DESCRIBED. IN ADDITION OUR LIKE NEW BOOKS ARE VERY NEAR NEW.
[Pleasant View, TN, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1969]
Todd, Travel
USD
13.07
Revaluation Books /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 1651866635, ISBN13: 9781651866634, [publisher: Independently published] Softcover 122 pages. 10.00x7.00x0.31 inches. In Stock.
[Exeter, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2019]
Todd, Travel
USD
22.69
Revaluation Books via Alibris /Alibris
Independently published 2019 Softcover New 122 pages. 10.00x7.00x0.31 inches.
Author: Ruthven Todd
USD
50.00
Amazon Marketplace /Amazon
Collectibles, Publisher: Dover Publications - Date 1969-10 - Paperback - English - edition: New Impression
Ruthven Todd
USD
51.63
Bonita via Alibris /Alibris
Dover Publications 1969 Paperback Good
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USD
59.99
arxpub /eBay
CALCULATED , Condition: Very Good
Seller: arxpub (1), feedback: 100.0% Positive feedback
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Todd Ruthven
USD
64.59
World of Rare Books /ZVAB
[publisher: Grey Walls Press] Hardcover First Edition 1943. First Edition. 160 pages. No dust jacket. Black cloth with gold lettering to spine. There is a previous owners inscription to front free endpaper. The pages remain clear with some light foxing and some occasional marking, heavy marking to page 5. Light foxing to head of text block. The binding is good and all pages are secure. The boards are lightly marked with mild edge wear, slight bumping and wear to corners, light crushing to spine. The boards are slightly warped and the book is forward-leaning.
[Goring-by-Sea, SXW, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1943]
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USD
68.30
pendergast.ventures /eBay
, Condition: Very Good
Seller: pendergast.ventures (1), feedback: 99.6% Positive feedback
[Location: US]
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Todd Ruthven
USD
78.32
World of Rare Books /AbebooksUK
[publisher: Grey Walls Press] Hardcover First Edition 1943. First Edition. 160 pages. No dust jacket. Black cloth with gold lettering to spine. There is a previous owners inscription to front free endpaper. The pages remain clear with some light foxing and some occasional marking, heavy marking to page 5. Light foxing to head of text block. The binding is good and all pages are secure. The boards are lightly marked with mild edge wear, slight bumping and wear to corners, light crushing to spine. The boards are slightly warped and the book is forward-leaning.
[Goring-by-Sea, SXW, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1943]
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Todd Ruthven
USD
83.73
World of Rare Books via Alibris /Alibris
Grey Walls Press 1943 First Edition Hardcover Good. No dust jacket. 1943. First Edition. 160 pages. No dust jacket. Black cloth with gold lettering to spine. There is a previous owners inscription to front free endpaper. The pages remain clear with some light foxing and some occasional marking, heavy marking to page 5. Light foxing to head of text block. The binding is good and all pages are secure. The boards are lightly marked with mild edge wear, slight bumping and wear to corners, light crushing to spine. The boards are slightly warped and the book is forward-leaning. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1559743979DPB (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Todd Ruthven
USD
101.23
World of Rare Books /Biblio
Grey Walls Press, Date: 1943. Hardcover. Good. 1943. First Edition. 160 pages. No dust jacket. Black cloth with gold lettering to spine. There is a previous owners inscription to front free endpaper. The pages remain clear with some light foxing and some occasional marking, heavy marking to page 5. Light foxing to head of text block. The binding is good and all pages are secure. The boards are lightly marked with mild edge wear, slight bumping and wear to corners, light crushing to spine. The boards are slightly warped and the book is forward-leaning. 1943. Grey Walls Press [GB]
Author: Todd Ruthven
USD
106.90
AmazonCA Marketplace /AmazonCA
Used, Publisher: Grey Walls Press - Date 1943 - Hardcover
Todd Ruthven
USD
164.00
J. E. MILES, A BOOKSELLER /Biblio
Dover Publications, Inc. Good. Date: 1968. Clean & Tight Contents. Soft Cover. (K316) . 1968. Dover Publications, Inc [US]
Todd, Ruthven
USD
250.00
Bauer Rare Books /Abebooks
[publisher: Grey Walls Press, London] Softcover First Edition 12mo. 160 pp. Frontispiece illustration. Shakespeare & Company stamp on title-page. Hardcover binding, no jacket, covers lightly rubbed, overall very good condition. (81188). Together with?Tracks in the Snow. Illustrated. First ed. Grey Walls Press, 1946. Hardcover binding in worn dustwrapper,else very good condition.?Main, Peter. A Fervent Mind: The Life of Ruthven Todd. First ed. London: Lomax Press, 2018. Softcover binding, very good condition.?Until Now. London: Fortune Press, [1942]. 1st ed. Rebound, ex-lib, text good.
[San Diego, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1944]
Todd, Ruthven
USD
538.27
Ashton Rare Books ABA : PBFA : ILAB /ZVAB
[publisher: The Grey Walls Press] Hardcover First Edition The First UK printing published by The Grey Walls Press, London in 1943. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition with just a little toning to the page edges. Light bumping and rubbing to the lower corners. A hint of rubbing to the upper corners. Small neat bookseller sticker to the lower rear pastedown. The scarce WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good condition. Light edge wear and age related markings. Toning to the edges and more-so the spine. A 2cm closed tear to the upper front spine fold. The front wrapper design is a repeat of the frontis by John Craxton. There is also one further B/W drawing by Craxton to the last page of the book. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Signed by the Author to the upper front end-paper; 'with all good wishes, Ruthven Todd, 18, VIII, 47'. A very scarce title to find with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
[Market Harborough, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1943]
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TODD, Ruthven.
USD
627.98
Henry Sotheran Ltd /ZVAB
Hardcover London: The Grey Walls Press, 1943. 8vo., black publisher's cloth, spine lettered in copper gilt; original unclipped dust jacket with illustration by John Craxton, image echoed as frontis, with one further black and white illustration by Craxton acting as tail piece; pp. 159, [i]; corners and edges a little rubbed; head and foot of spine lightly pushed, some letters to spine a tad rubbed; slight lean; lower hinge a touch tender; internally very clean; jacket with some light spots and a little shelf wear; spine darkened and with some creases and chips to head; still very good. First edition, signed by the author to the title-page. Published in a limited run, it was not reprinted until 1968. A relatively undiscovered work by a writer whose primary medium, up until this point, was verse. The story is composed, as is noted in a later edition, by ideas which came to Todd in his dreams, with the plot plunging immediately into the unknown in the first paragraphs of chapter 1, where the protagonist is caught up in an explosion where "the sky had seemed to be flowing from a great open wound, and there had been a cry like that of some unearthly beast". When he awakens, he has been transported to an alternate world, where space and time are fluid constructs, the landscape is dotted with abandoned, lizard-ridden ruins, and the sun, encased in a circular rainbow, never sets. A surrealistic, obscure novel occupying the genre between fantasy, horror and science ...
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Todd Ruthven
USD
650.79
Ashton Rare Books ABA, PBFA, ILAB /Biblio
The First UK printing published by The Grey Walls Press, London in Date: 1943. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition with just a little toning to the page edges. Light bumping and rubbing to the lower corners. A hint of rubbing to the upper corners. Small neat bookseller sticker to the lower rear pastedown. The scarce WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good condition. Light edge wear and age related markings. Toning to the edges and more-so the spine. A 2cm closed tear to the upper front spine fold. The front wrapper design is a repeat of the frontis by John Craxton. There is also one further B/W drawing by Craxton to the last page of the book. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Signed by the Author to the upper front end-paper; 'with all good wishes, Ruthven Todd, 18, VIII, 47'. A very scarce title to find with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact. 1943. The Grey Walls Press, London [GB]
Todd, Ruthven
USD
652.66
Ashton Rare Books ABA : PBFA : ILAB /AbebooksUK
[publisher: The Grey Walls Press] Hardcover First Edition The First UK printing published by The Grey Walls Press, London in 1943. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition with just a little toning to the page edges. Light bumping and rubbing to the lower corners. A hint of rubbing to the upper corners. Small neat bookseller sticker to the lower rear pastedown. The scarce WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good condition. Light edge wear and age related markings. Toning to the edges and more-so the spine. A 2cm closed tear to the upper front spine fold. The front wrapper design is a repeat of the frontis by John Craxton. There is also one further B/W drawing by Craxton to the last page of the book. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Signed by the Author to the upper front end-paper; 'with all good wishes, Ruthven Todd, 18, VIII, 47'. A very scarce title to find with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
[Market Harborough, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1943]
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TODD Ruthven.
USD
759.26
Henry Sotheran Ltd. /Biblio
Date: 1943. London: The Grey Walls Press, 1943. 8vo., black publisher's cloth, spine lettered in copper gilt; original unclipped dust jacket with illustration by John Craxton, image echoed as frontis, with one further black and white illustration by Craxton acting as tail piece; pp. 159, [i]; corners and edges a little rubbed; head and foot of spine lightly pushed, some letters to spine a tad rubbed; slight lean; lower hinge a touch tender; internally very clean; jacket with some light spots and a little shelf wear; spine darkened and with some creases and chips to head; still very good. First edition, signed by the author to the title-page. Published in a limited run, it was not reprinted until 1968. A relatively undiscovered work by a writer whose primary medium, up until this point, was verse. The story is composed, as is noted in a later edition, by ideas which came to Todd in his dreams, with the plot plunging immediately into the unknown in the first paragraphs of chapter 1, where the protagonist is caught up in an explosion where "the sky had seemed to be flowing from a great open wound, and there had been a cry like that of some unearthly beast". When he awakens, he has been transported to an alternate world, where space and time are fluid constructs, the landscape is dotted with abandoned, lizard-ridden ruins, and the sun, encased in a circular rainbow, never sets. A surrealistic, obscure novel occupying the genre between fantasy, horror and science fi ...
TODD, Ruthven.
USD
761.44
Henry Sotheran Ltd /AbebooksUK
Hardcover London: The Grey Walls Press, 1943. 8vo., black publisher's cloth, spine lettered in copper gilt; original unclipped dust jacket with illustration by John Craxton, image echoed as frontis, with one further black and white illustration by Craxton acting as tail piece; pp. 159, [i]; corners and edges a little rubbed; head and foot of spine lightly pushed, some letters to spine a tad rubbed; slight lean; lower hinge a touch tender; internally very clean; jacket with some light spots and a little shelf wear; spine darkened and with some creases and chips to head; still very good. First edition, signed by the author to the title-page. Published in a limited run, it was not reprinted until 1968. A relatively undiscovered work by a writer whose primary medium, up until this point, was verse. The story is composed, as is noted in a later edition, by ideas which came to Todd in his dreams, with the plot plunging immediately into the unknown in the first paragraphs of chapter 1, where the protagonist is caught up in an explosion where "the sky had seemed to be flowing from a great open wound, and there had been a cry like that of some unearthly beast". When he awakens, he has been transported to an alternate world, where space and time are fluid constructs, the landscape is dotted with abandoned, lizard-ridden ruins, and the sun, encased in a circular rainbow, never sets. A surrealistic, obscure novel occupying the genre between fantasy, horror and science ...
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