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Nights with Armour [*SIGNED*]

By: Armour, Richard

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill: (c.1958)

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 6976

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj


[some wear at heel of spine, bottom corners lightly bumped, otherwise a nice clean copy with a previous owner's bookplate on the front pastedown; jacket has some edge/corner wear,a bit rubbed, front flap vertically creased]. SIGNED by the author on the ffep with a generic inscription ("All good wishes"). More "Lighthearted Light Verse." Signed by Author View more info

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Armour's Almanac; or, Around the Year in 365 Days [*SIGNED*]

By: Armour, Richard

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company: (c.1962)

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 24407

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj


[light wear to book's lower extremities, otherwise clean and tight; jacket lightly insect-nibbled along bottom edges of both flaps, a few tiny nicks at top and bottom edges of front panel, modest chipping at top of rear panel (no loss of text)]. (cartoon drawings) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep: "For ____ ___ / with best wishes / Richard Armour." "Emulating Phileas Fogg, who went around the world in 80 days, [the author] has gone around the y... View more info

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My Life With Women: Confessions of a Domesticated Male

By: Armour, Richard

Price: $6.00

Publisher: New York, Mcgraw-Hill Book Company: 1968

Edition: 2nd printing

Seller ID: 12903

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good+ dj


(price-clipped) [good solid copy, light soiling to bottom edge; jacket shows minor edgewear, some diagonal creasing at corners of both flaps]. "Starting with the girl next door, who taught him the difference between the sexes when he was eight years old, [the author] tells of his troubles with women in high school, in college, and ever since. Armour was never the Great Lover. He was the Great Loser. Much as they may boast in public, many men will identify with him... View more info