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Publicado por Grupo Editorial Norma, Bogota, Columbia, 2002
Librería: Jusara Book Shop IOBA, Brooklyn, NY, Estados Unidos de America
Miembro de asociación: IOBA
Libro Ejemplar firmado
Stiff Wraps. Condición: Very Good. Third Edition. Inscribed, signed, and dated by Garcia Marquez on the title page. Some soiling to wraps and outer edges. Some shelf/edge wear, including a couple of small nicks to wrapper edges and corners. Half a dozen or so pages dogeared/corner creased. Binding tight. Signed by Author(s).
Publicado por Grupo Editorial Norma, Bogota, 2002
Librería: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA, New York, NY, Estados Unidos de America
579 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Third edition, December 2002. Third edition, December 2002. 579 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed by the author, "Ranero: quieras o no eres una victima inolvidable de estas memorias, Gabi 2002". Pictorial wrappers. Near fine. Inscribed by the author on the half title.
Publicado por Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2002
Librería: Bookbid, Beverly Hills, CA, Estados Unidos de America
Libro Original o primera edición Ejemplar firmado
Hardcover. Condición: Near Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine. 1st Edition. Near fine in a fine dust jacket. Upper right front corner of book is slightly bumped.INSCRIBED by the author on the third front free endpaper. First Edition in Spanish. Original price of $25.00 printed on the front flap of the dust jacket. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item. Comes housed in a custom slip case.
Publicado por Alfred Knopf, Nueva York, 2003
Librería: Derringer Books, Member ABAA, Avon, CT, Estados Unidos de America
Hardcover. Condición: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: fine. Later printing. Spanish language edition of the first volume of the Nobel Prize winner's autobiography. 573 pp. Cuarta impresion. A fine copy in fine dustwrapper. This copy INSCRIBED by the author to Glenn (Goldman) on the second front endpaper.
Publicado por Harper & Row, Alfred A. Knopf, Henry Holt, The Limited Editions Club, Grupo Editorial Norma, New York / Bogata, 2005
Librería: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA, Portland, OR, Estados Unidos de America
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Condición: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine. First American Edition. A fantastic collection of sixteen first editions, all signed by Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez and all inscribed by him to the same recipient, Richard Mattie. A painstaking exercise in book collecting, undertaken by the resourceful Mattie over a period spanning from 1997 to 2005 with the assistance of a number of contacts in Mexico who had a close connection to the author by which the signatures were obtained. The collection is accompanied by a 1-inch thick folder, titled by Mattie "The Gabriel Garcia Marquez File 1997-2005", in which he has meticulously documented this nearly decade-long collecting venture, preserving every letter, fax, postal receipt, wire and emails (printed out in full). A remarkable collection. All sixteen books are first American editions, with the exception of Vivir para cotarla which is the true first edition in Spanish, the Columbian edition published by Grupo Editorial Norma, Bogota, 2002. Most books are Fine in Fine unclipped dust jackets, with several exceptions: Strange Pilgrims has slight cloth discoloration at the base of the book; No One Writes to the Colonel has a partial name erasure top of the front free endpaper and some top edge foxing, else Near Fine in a bright first issue DJ with a minuscule closed tear bottom of front panel and a small scratch to the front spine joint else fine; One Hundred Years of Solitude is Very Good with light wear to extremities, soiling to cloth, a contemporary former owner inscription written in Spanish and dated 1970 at the top of the half-title page, in a Very Good first issue dust jacket with the exclamation mark at the end of "Latin America" on the front flap, with some old tape-reside to the blindside, shallow edge wear and rubbing; the dust jacket of Evil Hour is price-clipped; faint staining to rear cloth of Love in the Time of Cholera though still Near fine. The Limited Editions Club (LEC) of One Hundred Years of Solitude is inscribed in English, "To Richard, from his Friend," and is signed and dated 1998; notable as Garcia Marquez rarely inscribed in English. Additionally, Mattie reportedly said that Garcia Marquez commented that this was the first time he signed this book. Fine in a Near Fine slipcase, with glassine wrapper toned, wrinkled, edge worn, with several pieces of tape and three small circular labels at one spine end.