Raptis Rare Books
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Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President.
Signed  First Edition 

Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President.

by Carter, Jimmy

New York : Bantam Books , 1982 (click for more details)
The Winter of Our Discontent.
Signed  First Edition 

The Winter of Our Discontent.

by Steinbeck, John

New York : The Viking Press , 1961 (click for more details)
The Walter Hagen Story.
Signed  First Edition 

The Walter Hagen Story.

by Hagen, Walter; As told to Margaret Seaton Heck

New York : Simon and Schuster , 1956 (click for more details)
Strength to Love.
Signed  First Edition 

Strength to Love.

by King Jr., Martin Luther

New York : Harper & Row, Publishers , 1963 (click for more details)
The Magus.
Signed  First Edition 

The Magus.

by Fowles, John

London : Jonathan Cape , 1966 (click for more details)

Recent Catalogs

Raptis Rare Books Holiday 2017 Catalog This holiday season, we invite you to browse a carefully curated selection of exceptional gifts with the arrival of our Holiday 2017 Catalog of fine and rare books. Highlights of the catalog include a rare first edition, first issue set of Charles Dickens’ Christmas Books, a rare complete first edition set of Captain James Cook’s Voyages including the scarce atlas, a first edition of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tales of the Jazz Age in the scarce dust jacket, first editions of A.A. Milne’s Winnie-The-Pooh books in the original dust jackets with Now We Are Six signed by him, a first press vinyl of Hootenanny Special signed by both Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger, and a large signed photograph of Babe Ruth playing golf with four Massachusetts politicians.

Recent Catalogs

Fall 2017 - From Dante to Dylan We are pleased to announce the arrival of our Autumn 2017 catalog of fine and rare books. Within its pages you will discover a rare first edition of The Private Life of the Late Benjamin Franklin; a rare first edition of Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn’s landmark paper, A Protocol for Network Intercommunication, which established the basic concept of the internet; an original file folder containing a copy of The Catcher in the Rye sent by J.D. Salinger to his personal friend addressed in his hand; a rare first edition of Rhapsody In Blue inscribed by George Gershwin; an inscribed first edition of Ernest Hemingway’s masterpiece A Farewell to Arms; and an exceptionally rare first edition of the children’s classic Mary Poppins signed by P.L. Travers. From The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri to the Writings and Drawings of Bob Dylan, we welcome you to explore our newest arrivals and collection highlights.