Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books [x]
Topic: Horror [x]
Lovecraft, H.P.; Derleth, August (Editor)
Sauk City: Arkham House, 1971.
Third printing of the first edition. (Colophon states it is one of 3,000 copies etc.) Fine in Fine unclipped dust jacket with excellent Lee Brown more
Birkin, Charles (Editor); Robbins, Tod; O'Donnell, Elliott, Murray, Philip; Lloyd, Charles
London: Philip Allan & Company, 1932.
First edition. 248, (8) p. Tan cloth with black lettering. No jacket. Good+ condition. Spine darkened, slightly creased. Corners lightly bumped. Nice condition overall. Features more
Lovecraft, H.P.; Derleth, August
Sauk City: Arkham House, 1945.
First edition. Near Fine in Very Good unclipped dust jacket with a sunned spine panel, light wear, a few stains to back panel. A few more
Lovecraft, H.P.; Derleth, August
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1968.
Inscribed by August Derleth on front free end paper in blue ink: "the earliest horror novel. / August Derleth." First thus. 196 pp.Fine in Fine more
Lovecraft, H.P.; Farnham, Alice; Derleth, August
New York: Weird Tales, 1952.
March 1952 issue. 96pp. Original wraps. First edition. Near Fine with a few short closed tears to bottom of back cover, light rubbing along edges, more
Birkin, Charles (Editor)
London: Philip Allan and Company, 1934.
First edition. Green cloth with black lettering. 243, (12) p. No dust jacket. About Good condition. Cloth spotted and worn, name written on back cover, more
London: William Rider & Sons Limited, 1927.
Stated 16th edition. Green cloth with black lettering on spine. Good in Good+ dust jacket. Spine sunned, back cover discolored as well. Name on paste more
New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1991.
First American edition. x, 214 pp. Navy cloth lettered in gilt on spine. Near Fine with small owner name written on front flyleaf in very more
Westminster: Archibald Constable and Company, 1897.
Original yellow cloth with red lettering. First edition, later issue printed on pages bulking roughly 7/8", with The Shoulder of Shasta at rear blank verso more
Poplar Bluff, Missouri: Mythos Books, 2007.
First edition. 312 pp. Original black cloth lettered in metallic red. Near Fine with very slight wave to text in Near Fine unclipped dust jacket more
London: Arthur Barker, 1938.
First British edition. vii, 315 pp. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Very Good with thoroughly sunned spine, slight lean. Lacking dust jacket. A more
Lovecraft, H. P.
Sauk City: Arkham House, 1939.
First edition, first printing. Bound in publisher's black cloth with titles in gilt on spine. Staining from the remnants of clipping pasted to title page more
no place: Causeway Films, 2016.
First edition, signed by Jennifer Kent at the rear. Bound in publisher's red cloth, with titles and Babadook silhouette stamped in black. Fine, a lovely more
New York: Street and Smith, 1936.
Three wrappered issues of the sci-fi and adventure magazine Astounding Stories: February, March, and April of 1936. First editions. Basically Very Good with a little more
Lovecraft, H.P.; Utpatel, Frank A. (Illustrations)
Everett, PA: Visionary Publishing Co, 1936.
First edition. 158 pp. Currey's first binding of black cloth, front and spine lettered in silver with upper and lower case lettering. Fine with typical more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1976.
First edition stated, first printing. Publisher's black cloth with gilt lettering over paper covered boards, red top stain. Very Good with some wear and mottling more
Sauk City: Arkham House, 1963.
First edition, early printing bound with headband and tailband. Near Fine, with light mottling to cloth and previous owner name to front free endpaper. In more
London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1955.
First British edition, and first hardcover edition. Signed by Jack Finney and inscribed to a previous owner on the title page. Very Good, light bowing more
New York: Farrar, Straus and Company, 1949.
First edition. (First state with the "fs" logo on the copyright page. Jacket has correct first issue price of $2.75 and correct back panel and more
New York: The Macaulay Company, 1935.
First edition. 250 p. Signed by author on the front end paper with a long inscription to the editor of Detective Story Magazine, Hazlett Kessler: more