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The 1981 J. R. R. Tolkien Desk Calendar

By: N/A

Price: $100.00

Publisher: NY, Ballantine: 1980

Seller ID: 13462


Near Fine condition. The 1981 J. R. R. Tolkien Desk Calendar in Near Fine condition, beautifully illustrated by The Hildebrandt Brothers. Small gift inscription on inside front cover. Pages are very, very lightly age tanned. Solid, clean. These thirteen paintings were inspired by The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. Fantastic illustrations. View more info

Jane Austen Photographs - Calendar Pages - No Year

By: Austen, Jane

Price: $20.00

Seller ID: 18533


Unpaginated pages; Fine condition. LOOSE CALENDAR PAGES. No creases. Clean. No hint of when these were published or by whom. Loose pages of a calendar - not bound - no year / no dates (fill in your own date) Beautifully photographed half-toned pictures of places and events in Jane Austen's life, the books she wrote, the illustrations artist, homes etc. Very attractive memento for Jane Austen admirers and also Eighteenth century England. View more info

Words of Wisdom Calendar, 1968

By: Hallmark

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Hallmark: 1967

Seller ID: 18828


Unpaginated pages; Near Fine condition. No creases. Just a bit of shelf rub at edges. Solid, clean. An excellent gift! Approximately 26 pages. Embossed picture of Abraham Lincoln on the cover. Cover is thick paper. Inside is spiral bound calendar. Pictures of famous people for each month, with quote from same. Helen Keller; John F. Kennedy; Mark Twain; Winston Churchill; Benjamin Franklin; and, many more. View more info

1968 - Four Victorian Photographers

By: McKendry, John J.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art: 1967

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 14560


Unpaginated pages; Near Fine condition. No creases. Tiny bit of shelf rub at edges. Solid, clean. Circa 1838 the mysterious process of the mirror with the memory was revealed by Daguerre and Niepce, purchased earlier in the year by the French government, were finally described to the public. Once the secret was out, lens makers everywhere were besieged by eager amateurs. This 1968 Calendar is devoted to a brief excursion into the work of these four photographers: David O... View more info