Raptis Rare Books
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The Novels of Victor Hugo: Complete and Unabridged.
First Edition 

The Novels of Victor Hugo: Complete and Unabridged.

by Hugo, Victor

London : H.S. Nichols , 1895 (click for more details)
The Calculus Of Consent.
Signed  First Edition 

The Calculus Of Consent.

by Buchanan, James M. and Gordon Tullock

Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press , 1962 (click for more details)
The Snowy Day.
Signed  First Edition 

The Snowy Day.

by Keats, Ezra Jack

New York : The Viking Press , 1962 (click for more details)
Syntactic Structures.
Signed  First Edition 

Syntactic Structures.

by Chomsky, Noam

The Hague : Mouton & Company , 1957 (click for more details)
Albert Schweitzer Signed Lithograph.
Signed  First Edition 

Albert Schweitzer Signed Lithograph.

by Schweitzer, Albert; Artist William Sharp

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Recent Catalogs

From Aristotle to A.A. Milne We are pleased to announce the arrival of our Fall 2016 catalog featuring a fine selection of recent arrivals and collection highlights including one of the earliest presentation copies of James Joyce’s Ulysses inscribed to Lewis Galantiere, an exceptionally rare hand corrected speech with additions and edits in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s own hand, an inscribed first edition of Albert Einstein’s The Evolution of Physics, and a signed extra limited edition of Winnie-The-Pooh inscribed with an original poem by A.A. Milne. Other highlights include a rare first edition in English of Dante’s Divine Comedy, a first edition of The Godfather inscribed by Mario Puzo to his editor Bill Targ, and a first edition, first issue of Political debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas. As always, we are dedicated to assisting you in building your own collection or selecting the perfect gift with gift wrapping services available upon request.

Recent Catalogs

From Darwin to Dalloway Browse our extensive Spring 2016 catalog of fine and rare books. We have curated for you a collection that includes an extremely rare presentation copy of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, inscribed first editions of the reclusive Thomas Pynchon, and a rare signed portrait of Charles Dickens. Other highlights include a first edition of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, an inscribed first edition of The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, and a first edition of How to Trade in Stocks by Jesse Livermore in the rare original dust jacket. Within these pages, you will discover not only classics of adult and children’s literature, but also landmark books regarding scientific discoveries, politics, economics, sport, and exploration.