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We the Living

by Rand, Ayn

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New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936. First Edition. Very Good+. First edition, first printing. Signed and inscribed by Ayn Rand on the front free endpaper, "To Helen Astor - with profound gratitude for her patience and fair judgement - March 31, 1936." 570pp. Bound in publisher's original tan cloth stamped in turquoise; lacking the dust jacket. Very Good+ with slight lean to binding, spine slightly mottled, and light soiling to cloth; spine darkened. Top edge of rear board gnawed. Blue lettering quite crisp. Contents slightly musty and lightly foxes. A rather presentable copy of the author's first book, of which only 3,000 were printed.
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We The living

by Ayn Rand

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MacMillan, 1936. 1st. near fine. INSCRIBED first edition, published April 1936, stated on copyright page. Inscribed to Rand's friend Rabwin who was the executive assistant to David Selznick on Gone With The Wind. Book near fine. Rabwin's name written on front free end paper and rear pastedown.Housed in a custom-made slipcase.
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Play Parade Ayn Rand Presentation Copy Before We the Living

Play Parade Ayn Rand Presentation Copy Before We the Living

by [RAND, Ayn]; COWARD, Noel

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Signed "Ayn" only, from Ayn Rand's library, and inscribed by Rand to her actor-husband Frank O'Connor on August 6, 1934, a First Edition Presentation Copy of Noel Coward's Play Parade, which includes seven of Coward's plays; O'Connor had roles in a few. Rand's charming, affectionate inscription reads in full: "To my little Cubby -- one of his future parts --but not the only one! Ayn 8-6-34." ("Cubby" was Ayn's nickname for husband Frank.) Book has handwritten notes by O'Connor on front flyleaf and highlighting of the characters' names in 2 plays. Original publisher's cloth binding. Soiling and edgewear to spine and boards. Hinges cracked but holding. Very rare book inscribed by Rand to her husband, two years before she published We the Living. Book #v1151. $9800. *****We carry the world's largest selection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands! *****All our books are sanitized for your protection before mailing.
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VI, DER LEVER (We The Living)

by RAND, Ayn

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INSCRIBED by Ayn Rand: "To Linda - The nicest woman I'e ever met - up to this date - Ayn March 27, 1941" Rare Presentation/Association First Edition copy of Rand's first novel. "Linda" was Aslaug Lynneberg, a Danish-American lifelong friend to Rand, mentioned in letters to Isabel Paterson in the posthumous Letters of Ayn Rand, where a letter from Rand to "Linda" also appears. The book has writing (Printed in Denmark origin) at the bottom of the front flyleaf. The front flap of the jacket is present but separated. A unique Rand inscription on the first foreign language edition of her first book. Once in a lifetime Rand! Book #P5101. $5000. From the world's largest collection of rare, signed, and manuscript Ayn Rand in private hands.
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