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Suzanne and Truman Price
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Mr. Picklepaw's Puppy by Adams.

12932  Adams, Ruth and Guy/Kurt Werth, illustrator.  Mr. Picklepaw's Puppy.  Lothrop, 1970, 1st printing, number line.  A little wet puppy with big paws showed up in the rain, and he grew and grew. At last Mr. Picklepaw could stand his mischief and clumsiness no longer! By the author illustrator of Mr. Picklepaw's Popcorn.   CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; a clean and crisp copy with foxed topedge and binder's wrinkle on front board and pull tear to very edge of red ep, in  clean white dw with no chips or tears but very foxed upper spine; unclipped 3.95.  $45

Animal Land.

17519  (anon)  Animal Land.  New York: Sam'l Gabriel and Sons, (1930); No. 901; a panorama, or folding board book, with heavy glazed cream board covers and white board pages, each showing with large full colour animals, attached accordian style with red cloth, twelve 9.3x11.3, boards making 24 different pages with only the title page Spaniel repeated; the entire panorama 108" x 11." or 2.82m x 28.5cm.  A generously sized, beautiful panorama, whose animal subjects seem to gaze at the viewer; this would make a treasured present for a new baby, as it is sturdy enough to use and display. A great variety of dogs, cats, and farm animals, with a reindeer and a camel, as well, all in full colour set in their surroundings. Hard to find.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus; cover boards clean but lightly toned, a few thin scratches on bottom board, minor scuffing and pale foxing to board edges, a little wear to corners, with bottom left rubbed through; no other flaws; clean pages, very strong binding tape connections; gift condition.  $180

Terrible Towser ill Kennedy

19006  anon.- A. E. Kennedy, illustrator/A. E. Kennedy, illustrator.  The Tale of Terrible Towser.  New York: Sam'l Gabriel Sons&Company, Chimney Corner Series, (1916); originally published in The Evening Sun, NY; white boards of thin card and red paper spine with Towser and his Scottie friend playing on front board and Towser with blue bow on the back, four plates on one-sided white coated paper: 8.5x10.5; 31 pp.  Towser wrote this book about his eventful two weeks in the country, day by day.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus; no names, tight, a little rubbing at spine ends and along spine creases, spine is wrinkled from bindery; boards are very clean, straight and bright, pages darkening, plates nice, all interior crisp and clean  $135

Maxi by Barracca.

8701  Barracca, Debra and Sal/Mark Buehner, illustrator.  Maxi, the Hero.  Dial, 1991, 1st printing Shiny full colour pictorial jacket, 11x8.3; 22 pp.  Taxi Dog continues his adventures and catches two dangerous thieves.  CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw.  $35

Taxi Dog by Barracca.

8700  Barracca, Debra and Sal/Mark Buehner, illustrator.  The Adventures of Taxi Dog.  Dial, (1990), 6th. Shiny full colour pictorial jacket, 11x8.3; 22 pp.  A stray dog gets himself adopted by a taxi driver and drives around New York all day, every day. Artist's first book. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by artist with a little drawing of Taxi Dog.   CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw.  $115

Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs by Beeson.

10438  Beeson, Helen K/Ruth Newton, illustrator.  Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs.  Whitman, (1936) probably 1st printing, none of "large picture book style" titles listed on back flap are post 1936; paper boards with kitten and puppy children being read aloud to by parents, on dark blue background with orange spine, in jacket identical to boards, folio.  Cosy pictures of Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs and their parents that will remind you of puzzles and sandpails from long ago summers. A treasure in this condition; all these are scarce in jacket and such a nice one too..  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; gift inscription under flap; a nice copy with 3" along bottom board edges rubbed through; in jacket with some rubbing and cracks in navy blue background and soil along edgeworn top but no tears or chips on this very large book. "Too large for flat rate. Additional postage required for priority or international."  $110

Dog Toby by Bingham.

17524  Bingham, Clifton/Berkeley, Stanley and Eugenie Richards, illustrator.  Dog Toby by Himself.  London: Dean's Rag Book Co., #47, patented in U. S. A. March 7, 1905; deep red cloth covers with Toby sitting on a stool for his little Mistress, 22 pages of doubled cloth including covers; large 9"x11" size.  An autobiography in poetic form of a very curious dog, with a different Chapter on every page following him through his happy life. All pages are illustrated with large drawings in red, blue, yellow, green, and brown in a quality similar to a hardcover book, rather than a cloth book. Toby seems to be a smooth fox terrier, and in one of his adventures, wins first prize in a dog show.  CONDITION: Very Good; fabric darkening espec. on covers, edges quite darkened, a few spots here and there but generally not stained or foxed, no writing, edges very lightly frayed, first pages lightly wrinkled, corners and spine flat, sizing present, not washed; interior colour bright.  $195

Harum Scarum by Capek.

10838  Capek, Josef  /JC, illustrator.  Harum Scarum.  New York: W. W. Norton and Company, nd. 1975?/1963 Methuen/1959 Czech. Small 8vo.  Cheerful aqua, gold, and brick-red animals and children dance through this book. Pus and Pup, the cat and dog heroes of these comic stories, go from one misadventure to another.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus in clipped Near Fine jacket; owner inscription but otherwise unopened and unread.  $10

Kata by Cecil.

11238  Cecil, Patricia  /Henry C. Pitz, illustrator.  Kata Son of Red Fang / Wolf Dog of the North.  Philadelphia: John C. Winston,  1954, stated 1st; grey cloth boards with wolf, in jacket  with painting of Jack and his dog, and list of Silver Chief books on back; 8vo;  181 pp.  Kata's mother was a purebred German Shepard and his father one of the largest Canadian timber wolves ever seen. Kata gradually began to trust Jack's family, and to help around their small farm, But as he grew older he had to chose between the wild and Jack's friendship.  CONDITION: Good in Fair jacket; name, bookplate removal traces free front endpaper, scotch tape stains on endpapers; in tattered, clipped jacket.  $12

American Champions by Cook.

12862  Cook, Gladys Emerson/GEC, illustrator.  American Champions.  NY: Macmillan, 1945, 1st printing. Tan cloth, 8x10.5; 64 pp.  An album of about 60 dog breeds, each with a pencil drawing of a 40's contemporary champion and a short paragraph on the breed.  CONDITION: Very Good with no jacket; nice bookplate, boards and endpapers darkening, bottom corners and spine creases, as well as front board, bumped.  $28

Dogs' Grand Dinner Party.

16128  Dame Dingle's Series.  .  The Dogs' Grand Dinner Party.  New York: McLoughlin, (1869); in illustrated WRAPS with elaborately dressed dogs parading in to dinner with monkey servants; on back , a list of the firm's indestructible Toy Books, this, a 35 cent Linen Toy Book; 8vo; 8 one sided illustrated pages.  "A choice series of little stories, full of sunshine. Elegantly printed in colours." Guests and hosts in an elaborate affair: a Pincher, a Pug, a Newfoundland, a Terrier, a sort of Spaniel, an English Bull Dog. Beautiful lithographs.  CONDITION: Good Minus; boards soiled, edges rough, corners bumped, spine has been sewn with uneven half inch stitches, page soil.  $75

Dog of Flanders by Ouida.

14823  De la Ramée, Louisa (Ouida)/Maria Kirk, illustrator.  A Dog of Flanders, The Nürnberg Stove.  London: Chatto&Windus, 1910/1909, 1st printing UK, tp; green cloth boards with lighter green stamped frame and pasted on colour plate of two children, peach endpapers with red windmills and Dutch children, top edge green, 8 coloured plates as issued, 8vo; 230 pp.  Includes The Dog of Flanders, about a dog's faithfulness despite ill treatment, The Nurnberg Stove, about two children's love for their old stove, In the Apple-Country,The Little Earl. The less common British edition with a lovely front board design.  CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; spine faded, spine gilt dull but legible, bottom extrems bumped, crack pp 128-129; bookplate on verso of decorated free front endpaper.  $55

Little Dog by Deihl.

17565  Deihl, Edna Groff/EGD, illustrator.  The Little Dog that Would Not Wag His Tail.  New York: Sam'l Gabriel Sons&Company, 1922; #944, full colour illustrated paper boards, Noodles looking over the fence on the top board and the view from the back on the bottom board, 8.75x10.75"; np.  Noodles insisted that wagging his tale was just silly, just silly nonsense, even though mother said it was Good Manners.  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good box; spine paper lightly wrinkled, but strong for these books, clean box with edges a little faded, two corners split but straight, no edges split, overall a lovely copy.  $125

Morgan Dennis Dog Book.

16422  Dennis, Morgan  /MD, illustrator.  The Morgan Dennis Dog Book (with some special cats).  New York: Viking, 1946, 1st printing sd; tan cloth boards with Airedale, in gold and brown jacket with Spaniel; 8.7x11.1; np.  "..with some Special Cats." On each spread a full page picture in soft black, facing comments by Dennis on his experience in drawing the breed and further sketches of the subject.  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; bottom extrems and edges bumped, light reading wrinkles, in lightly edgeworn jacket with spine ends torn to 1/8"; one inch tear; unclipped 3.00.  $60

His Lordship's Puppy by Elmslie.

11705  Elmslie, Theodora.  .  His Lordship's Puppy.  Penn, (1900); tan cloth with gilt and stamped white blue and green picture of his young lordship with black poodle looking puppy; 205 pp.  Period dog fiction with six photo-like plates.  CONDITION: Very Good Minus; owner stamp, 1905 Christmas gift inscription, spine darkening, red stain on rear board.  $14

Ginger Pye by Estes.

17451  Estes, Eleanor/EE, illustrator.  Ginger Pye.  New York: Harcourt, Brace&World, 1967/1951, 13th printing; yellow cloth boards, in jacket with watercolours of scenes from the book; 8vo; 250 pp.  Was the Pye family puppy stolen by a stranger? A humorous family story.  CONDITION: Fine in Very Good Plus jacket; very light soil to back; unclipped 3.75.  $8

Storm by Von Eisen.

16248  Fon Eisen, Anthony/title spread and probably jacket by Jacob Landau, illustrator.  Storm, Dog of Newfoundland.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons; 1948, 1st printing; green cloth, 8vo, 234 pp; publisher's review slip from October 25, 1948 tipped in.  An exciting sea story of a brave and noble Newfoundland. The jacket illustration alone could bring tears to your eyes. (Don't read the end first!) The first book of the author of Bond of  the Fire, also a great  dog book.  CONDITION: Very Good in Good jacket; tips bumped&worn, edge bumped; in very edgeworn dw , probably not original to the book judging by the lack of fading on the boards, but from a Scribner's A; price on review slip 2.50.  $55
 

Nothing at All by Gag

17693 Gag, Wanda/WG, illustrator.  Nothing at All.  New York: Coward-McCann, 1941, 1st printing nap; orange boards with green insert containing illustration of three dog houses on top board, on bottom a tree trunk with a hole showing nothing at all, white endpapers with green design and vignette of little dogs looking through the fence; oblong 9.75x6.75; np.  "Once upon a time there were three little orphan dogs. They were brothers. They lived in a far forgotten corner of an old forgotten farm in three forgotten kennels which stood there in a row." Little bright colored drawings on every spread, a very nice copy inside!  CONDITION: Good; spine darkened and chipped, front board quite soiled, rear board clean, all pages are browning a bit on the edges, but completely unwrinkled and unmarked,and clean, (a couple of spots in the margins of three pages.)  $250

Old Mother Hubbard by Galdone.

18973  Galdone, Paul/PG, illustrator.  Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog.  New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, (1960), 6th; blue reinforced boards with dark blue Mother Hubbard holding sitting dog's paws, in turquoise jacket with same coloured illustrations and dog with empty cupboard in back, 10x7.25; np.  In this cozy version, the old woman and her dog are great friends.   CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good clipped jacket; teacher's stamp partially erased, clean and straight in a crisp clean, clipped jacket that is fading to green on the edges with half inch tear in back.  $28

Where is Sarah by Graham.

12872  Graham, Bob/Bob Graham, illustrator.  Where is Sarah?  Little, Brown, 1985, 1st printing; shiny col. pictorial boards, 5.6x6.8, 29 pp.  A little book, with Graham's appealing line drawings, of a brother, a sister, and a Scotty named Theo adventuring in the tall grass. John looked for Sarah but he forgot all about her. Theo deserted her for some soggy chips. The insects bit her tummy. Enough!  CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw.  $16

Adam of the Road by Gray.

14565  Gray, Elizabeth. (Vining)  /Robert Lawson, illustrator.  Adam of the Road.  New York: Viking, 1942, 1st printing (sd, 1st printing published); green cloth boards with stamped E. J. Gray black and gold Newbery medal, map endpapers, top edge green, in full colour jacket with Adam and dog walking along, tall 8vo; 317 pp.  Adam searches far and wide for his minstrel father and his dog. A fresh and colourful picture of the road in 13th c. England with full page illustrations by Lawson introducing each chapter; a pictorial map of Adam's wanderings on eps.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket; no names, a lovely copy, in jacket with very light edgewear all around, wrinkles at spine top 3/8"; unclipped 2.00.  $150

Orlando Keeps Dog.

19149  Hale, Kathleen/Kathleen Hale, illustrator.  Orlando (the Marmalade Cat) Keeps a Dog.  New York: Frederick Warne, 1990/1949, 2nd printing of this reproduction; brown boards with poodle and Orlando snuggling up; white endpapers with green footprints, in jacket identical to boards; 10.5x14.5 inches; 32 pp.    CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good Plus jacket ; no names, as new, without flaw except for small black REMAINDER dot on bottom page edges nr spine; jacket with a few tiny flecks on back corner; unclipped 15.95 "Too large for flat rate. Additional postage required for priority or international."   $25

The Cat, the Dog, and the Dormouse by Hall.

13940  Hall, Alice/Warwick Reynolds, illustrator.  The Cat, The Dog And the Dormouse.  NY: Barse&Company, nd, printed by Blackie and Son, UK (probably 1920's; although Barse was still publishing a few books in the early 30's). Green cloth with blindstamped cat on pale green cushion with gold, pale green lettering, ivory endpapers, 8vo, in jacket with bright full colour illustration on front of cat, mouse, and Airedale; 192 pp.  Long modern written fairy tales, the title story comprising almost half the book. Twenty-nine black and white illustrations, full page and in text in intricate style. Reynolds was an accomplished animal illustrator active in the 20's.  CONDITION: Near Fine with Good Plus jacket, no names, very bright boards; in lightly edgeworn jacket, with nice front and acceptable spine, but extremely soiled back with 2.4" closed but wrinkled tear.  $45

Dogsbody by Jones.

11865  Jones, Diana Wynne.  .  Dogsbody.  Greenwillow, 1988/1975, new edition, 1st printing thus.  Sirius,the dog star, is framed on a murder charge and sentenced to live on earth as a dog. A masterful depiction of the incarnated star, at times imperial and spoiled, at times self-sacrificing and ravenously hungry.  CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw; unclipped 11.95.  $20

Toyon by Kalashnikoff.

11239  Kalashnikoff, Nicholas/Arthur Marokvia, illustrator.  Toyon: A Dog of the North and his people.  New York: Harper and Row (1950); 8vo.  Toyon is a courageous hunting dog who becomes a member of the family, rescues his master, and saves two children from wolves; set in Northern Siberia. By the author of The Defender.  CONDITION: Very Good in Good jacket; name, very clean and straight, price-clipped jacket with library edition label torn.  $8

Puppy Play House by King

17669  King, Dorothy.  .  Puppy Play House. (Catch the Dogs)  Polygraphic Company of America (1951), later edition; spiral bound book with six card dogs which fit in dog beds; oblong 9.25x7.25; np; in red printed card sleeve.  Someone loved this book, and especially loved Silky, very much. The child read it many times, and took care that the dogs did not get lost! A dachshund, a fox terrier, a spaniel, a collie, a Scottie, and a poodle.  CONDITION: Good Plus; reading wrinkles on all pages, Scampy's bed has closed tear of 1", Floppy's nose is worn, Silky's erased name appears in two places; as issued; in card sleeve, which is clean, but crushed, missing a 2" and 1" piece and has two tears.  $55

Catch the Dogs by King.

19051  King, Dorothy N/DNK, illustrator.  Catch the Dogs. (Puppy Play House)  New York: William Morrow, 1946 1st printing of this book; in paper boards with all around painting of dogs escaping from a pet shop and running along a street; not spiral bound; map fixed endpapers and no free endpapers as issued, six card dogs are stored in the Firehouse and fit in their dog beds; oblong 9.25x6.4 inches; np.  This is the original version of the Polygraphic Company's Puppy Play House, a binding very liable to damage. A lovely copy.  CONDITION: Near Fine in Very Good Plus jacket; no names, a little foxing, all dogs in unusually nice shape and beds and firehouse with no tears, a little spine end rubbing,  pages are rumpled because of the thickness of the dogs, as always; in nice dw with half inch closed tear;unclipped 1.50.  $275

Linhay by Lamplugh

8519  Lamplugh, Lois/Laszlo Acs, illustrator.  The Linhay on Hunter's Hill.  UK: Deutsch, 1966, 1st printing; 126 pp.  Two children try to make an abandoned linhay into refuge for a greyhound.  CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw; unclipped 15s  $42

Lost and Found by Little.

8953  Little, Jean/Leoung O'Young, illustrator.  Lost and Found.  Toronto: Viking Kestrel, 1985, 1st printing; 82 pp.  New in her community, Lucy finds a little stray dog and names him Trouble. She and a new friend, Nan, try to find Trouble's owner; at first it seems as if no one else wants him.  CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw; unclipped 5.95 pounds.  $24

Mrs. Dunphy's Dog by O'Neill.

5544  O'Neill, Catharine/CO'N, illustrator.  Mrs. Dunphy's Dog.  Viking, 1987, 1st printing, number line; 8x10, np.  A droll text and whimsical paintings tell about a dog who learns to read.  CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw; unclipped 11.95.  $38

Jolly Roger by Pinkwater.

13273  Pinkwater, Daniel M/DP, illustrator.  Jolly Roger, A Dog of Hoboken.  New York: Lothrop, Lee&Shepard, (1985), 2nd; 40 pp.  "With the confidence of a biographer who knows his subject to be heroic, DP tells of JR's formative days on the Matilda Magoo,&of his later adventures in Hoboken, where he met The Kid and Marvin the Ape,and he lived, for a time, in a car wash." dw   CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; unopened and apparently unread, unclipped no price (jacket states first edition).  $12

Black-Eyed Puppy by Pyle.

9757  Pyle, Katharine/KP, illustrator.  The Black-Eyed Puppy.  Dutton, Dec. 1941/1923, 13th; octavo, grey boards with black titles, coated paper, narrower than the other 1941 printing and probably earlier since, last book mentioned is Fairy tales, 89 pp.  A little story from Puppy's point of view. Twelve expressive colour plates of dogs on coated paper.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus with no jacket; only flaw a slight bump to bottom spine.  $65

Mesaventures d'un Chien by Rabier.

13734  Rabier, Benjamin/BR, illustrator.  Les Mesaventures d'un Chien.  Paris: Editions Jules Tallandier, Nov 1, 1907. Cloth backed full coloured plaid paper boards with smiling dog head, 12.5x9.5; 64 pp.  Comic events in the life of a happy-go-lucky dog of uncertain breed with many drawings, half in colour.  CONDITION: Good; bottom edges chipped, corners  worn through, soft endpapers edgeworn, six inch closed tear on plain rep, spine soiled and bumped, interior slightly toned at margins but nice with bright illustrations..  $95

Pretzel and the Puppies by Rey.

16477  Rey, Margaret/H. A. Rey, illustrator.  Pretzel and the Puppies.  New York: Harper&Brothers, 1946, first or early printing, subsequent books not mentioned; black cloth backed turquoise boards with red Pretzel standing on a chair to hold up the framed title and her black and red puppies; 8.3x10.25; np.  Bright two page cartoon stories about Pretzel, the longest dachshund in the world. It's amazing what a very long dachshund can do!  CONDITION: Very Good with remnant jacket; very clean boards w tips worn through, (having been protected by enclosed remnant jacket; unclipped 1.00) light soil on one page, otherwise very clean.  $165

No-Sitch by Stong/Wiese.

6153  Stong, Phil/Kurt Wiese, illustrator.  No-Sitch: the Hound.  Dodd, 1936/1936, 2nd. 8.6x10.3, 80 pp.  No-Sitch is a strange-looking oversized pup with a voice like a cow, about two-feet-six in his bare feet, about three cats long. He is Bert's constant companion, even on a heapin'jitterish expedition to the old mill at night.  CONDITION: Very Good with Good Minus jacket; 1944 owner inscription; edges and corners worn, in jacket with very tattered top edge, small holes, chips, good front and back illustrations; unclipped 2.00.  $25

Big Book of Dogs by Sutton

11052  Sutton, Felix/Person Leason, illustrator.  The Big Book of Dogs.  Grosset & Dunlap, Big Treasure Books (1952).  A surprising number of breeds with just the right amount of information for a young child.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus.  "Too large for flat rate. Additional postage required for priority or international."  $8

Crazy Dog by Ware.

19126  Ware, Leon/Morgan Dennis, illustrator.  Crazy Dog.  New York: McGraw-Hill, Whittlesey House, 1944, 1st nap; full colour cloth boards illustrated with boy and his Airedale, Judge, 10x7.75; 67 pp.  More than a dozen full page illustrations. Judge was a big lumbering Airedale who did some pretty clumsy things, but Bill knew he was intelligent.  CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; no names, book is warped or bent about 1.8", more visible in jpgs than felt;  some foxing spots on war-time paper, uneven fading on back and spine, front picture faded on sand at bottom, but boy and dog portrait very bright and nice.   $35

Down Huckleberry Hill by Weisgard.

18984  Weisgard, Leonard/LW, illustrator.  Down Huckleberry Hill.  New York: Charles Scribner's Son, (1947) first or early printing; tan boards with the dog-catcher's wagon knocking over a fruit stand, endpapers with dogs of about 20 different breeds: a Dalmatian, a Scottie, a Boston Terrier.... escaping from the dog-catcher; in a jacket with repentant dogs peering wistfully out through the wire mesh of the van (they love you, they didn't mean to run away); dynamic illustrations, all in tones of brown, running across the gutter on every spread; oblong, 10.5x8.25"; np.  Track the woes of the dog-catcher's van as it tears down the hill, and down the page, scattering all before it. The young reader can help out "Catch the mustard jar if you want some on your hot dog!"  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; no name, slanted about 1/16"; corners and spine straight, light reading wrinkles and tan margin spot on first few pages and on bottom edges, otherwise clean and flat, very nice endpapers, tiny nick in gutter of rep; in jacket with spine ends and all creases rubbed and 3/8" wrinkled spine tear; clipped but publishers 2.00 stamp.  $85

Mr. and Mrs. Books Lawson Wood.

14255  Wood, Lawson/Lawson Wood, illustrator.  The Box of "Mrs. Books" & The Hamper of "Mr. Books": Two boxes of six books each, sold together.  London: Frederick Warne and Co. Ltd., nd.; two boxes, each with six booklets, 4x4" stories with a colored picture on each spread, 712.945 or 742.941 on inside back pages; each booklet with three coloured illustrations and col. cover and title, plus a two page spread, the remainder in black and red.  Quite rare to find both boxes at once: Mrs. Purr, Mrs. Nibble, Mrs. Cackle, Mrs. Bear, Mrs. Polly, Mrs. Waddle; Mr. Quack, Mr. Grunt. Mr. Prickles, Mr. Pup, Mr. Trunk, Mr. Fox.  CONDITION: Very Good sturdy boxes with slight rubs to corners; Very Good booklets, no names, a little yellowing on covers, and bumped on bottom corners, interiors flat, bright, and clean. We will be happy to send jpgs of all corners of the boxes; these are the most rubbed, as I remember.  $450