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The Moon: Considered as a Planet, a World, and a Satellite by James Nasmyth

1874 ; 189 Pages

Peering through a self-made telescope, James Nasmyth sketched the moon’s scarred, cratered and mountainous surface. Aiming to “faithfully reproduce the lunar effects of light and shadow” he then built plaster models based on the drawings, and photographed these against black backgrounds in the full glare of the sun.

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Bird Gods by Charles DeKay

German Language ; 1898 ; 284 Pages

A book on various birds from mythology by the American linguist, poet, and critic Charles DeKay (1848-1935).

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First Edition Pamphlet of Frederick Douglass' "What to the Slave Is the 4th of July?"

1852 ; 39 Pages

Oration, delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, By Frederick Douglas, July 5th, 1852

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Extraordinary Encounters: An Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrials and Otherworldly Beings

2000 ; 310 Pages

For the extraterrestrial enthusiasts, this book is "the first ever illustrated A-Z encyclopedia to explore these fascinating modern day beliefs, personalities, beings, and events.

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The Dodo and Its Kindred or The History, Affinities, and Osteology and Other Extinct Birds

1848 ; 201 Pages

"This seminal 1848 monograph sets out to separate the myth from reality regarding perhaps the world's most famous extinct bird.

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The Hasheesh Eater: being passages from the life of a Pythagorean

1857 ; 371 Pages

An "autobiographical book by the American novelist and journalist Fitz Hugh Ludlow in which he describes his altered states of consciousness and philosophical flights of fancy while using a cannabis extract.

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Vampirella Special Issue #19
Comic Book (Warren Publishing)

1972 ; 84 Pages

Black and white horror comics magazine, Vampirella, is a vintage classic.

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The Alchemist (25th Anniversary Edition -2013)

1988 ; 90 Pages

A special 25th Anniversary edition of the extraordinary international best-seller, including a new foreword by Paulo Coelho.

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Vampirella Issue #01
Comic Book (Warren Publishing)

1969 ; 68 Pages

Black and white horror comics magazine, Vampirella, is a vintage classic.

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum Pictures by W.W. Denslow

1900 ; 308 Pages

L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was the first book in what became a fourteen-volume series.

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Mythical Monsters by Charles Gould

1886 ; 430 Pages

An exploration into all beasts fabled, fabricated, fantastical, and fanciful, from across the world, including the Chinese and Japanese Dragon, Unicorn, Phoenix, and the spate of Sea Serpents sighted off the 19th century New England coast.

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Protect Yourself (The Secrets Of Unarmed Defense) - Brooks Mendell

1944 ; 85 Pages

"In perfecting this system of self-defense in hand-to-hand combat, it has been the writer's goal to make available to anyone a simple set of defense measures designed to be used in any emergency where one's person is in danger of physical assault.