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AUGUST 18:

1963 TOPPS FOOTBALL CARDS: 3 Minnesota Vikings - on the 1963 Football Cards page

1966 PHILADELPHIA GUM FOOTBALL CARDS: 3 Minnesota Vikings - on the 1966 Football Cards page

1971-72 TOPPS HOCKEY INSERT BOOKLETS: 9 more added and Complete Set offer - on the Hockey Cards page

1973 TOPPS FOOTBALL WAX PACK WRAPPER SET: Complete set of all four styles, quarterback, running back, receiver, and lineman. As issued, standard wax pack fold lines, "running back" has 3/16 inch tear in bottom left white border, the remaining 3 are without tears. Great looking display set. - on the Football Cards page

1973 TOPPS FOOTBALL CARDS #59 Tom Dempsey - on the 1973 Football Cards page

1983 HISTORY'S GREATEST OLYMPIANS: Produced by Finder Image, Near Complete Set, 98 of 99 cards, only missing #78, Average NM. Too many Olympic stars to mention, but this lot includes Color and B&W photos of Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali), Floyd Patterson, George Foreman, Joe Frazier, Pete Rademacher from boxing; HOFers Bill Bradley, Jerry West, Oscar Robertson from basketball; Jim Craig, Mike Eruzione from hockey, plus Dorothy Hamill, Buster Crabbe, Babe Didrikson, Jesse Owens, Bruce Jenner, Jim Thorpe, Dick Button, Sonja Henie, and many more. Checklist card is unmarked! - on the Other Sports Cards page

 

AUGUST 14:

A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF SEX IN THE MOVIES by Jeremy Pascall and Clyde Jeavons. Hardback (FN-: small erased pencil price on front endpaper upper corner) with Dust Jacket (FN-), 1975, Unstated Edition and Printing, Hamlyn Publishing, ISBN: 0-600-37058-5, size 9 x 12 inches, 216 pages, UK import, O/P. Printed in England. Excellent history of sex in the movies from the first kiss in 1896 to the full scale onslaught of the 1970s. Each decade from the 1920s to 1970s gets its own chapter. Some interesting film censorship discussions. Over 300 B&W photographs with 12 pages in color. Color back cover photo of Jane Fonda as Barbarella. Loaded with nude photos, so you must be 18 years of age or older to order this book. - on the Movie and Television Books page

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES VOLUME 1 by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Softback, As New (NM- using comic book grading), 1988, First Printing, Mirage Studios, size 7 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches, 560 pages, O/P. The Mirage site lists this as "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collected Book Volume One," though "Collected Book" is nowhere to be found on the title page. When these first sold in 1988, they were advertised as Limited Editions. This was the first book to collect TMNT #1 - 11 and the four solo issues for Raphael, Michaelangelo, Donatello, and Leonardo in one softback volume. Wraparound cover artwork by Eastman and Laird, who also provide introductions. - on the Comic Book Reprint Collections And Graphic Novels page

 

AUGUST 12:

BUCKAROO BANZAI TEAM BANZAI FAN CLUB LOT: 1983-1987, As Issued, all VF/NM-NM condition, except WW1 Fall 1987. The lot contains several packets worth of Blue Blaze Irregular Team Banzai membership items from the Official Buckaroo Banzai Fan Club. Includes: Greeting Note signed by director Denise Tathwell; two Team Banzai stickers (3" diameter); one Team Banzai fold-over button (unfolded, 7/8" diameter); "Moving Through Matter With Buckaroo Banzai" by Dr. Cary I. Sneider (11 pages); "Some Hard Facts And Persistant (sic) Rumors Concerning Buckaroo Banzai" by W. D. Richter (12 pages); Banzai Institute character profiles for Rawhide, Reno, Perfect Tommy, Pecos, and New Jersey (6 pages); World Watch One Newsletters (all packed with Buckaroo Banzai information, production art, trivia, cartoons, etc.) for August 1985 (18 pages), December 1985 (12 pages), April 1986 (28 pages), November 1986 (29 pages), and Fall 1987 (24 pages in a booklet format, VG/F condition due to it being stapled closed and mailed, address label removed); Blue Blaze Bulletin Volume 1, No. 5, May 1987; two Team Banzai News Flashes; and a 4-page Team Banzai Merchandise Catalog. All of this in the original 20th Century Fox Film Corporation mailing envelopes dated June 9, 1986 and December 11, 1986. Great promotional lot anyone, except Black Electroids or World Crime League members. - on the Miscellaneous Movie & TV Collectibles page

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AUGUST 11:

BAYCON '86 JAPANESE ANIMATION PROGRAM GUIDE: 1986, NM-, 52 page Program Guide for the Anime/Japanimation screenings at the May 23-26, 1986 San Jose, CA Science Fiction-Fantasy-Comic Book Convention. Includes listings for over 50 films with synopses, film stills, animation character sheet reproductions, and a brief overview of anime. Some of the series/films include, Area 88, Arion, Space Cobra, Crusher Joe, Golgo 13, Lensmen, Lupin, Lum, Macross, Nausicaa, Orguss, and Urusei Yatsura. Front cover artwork by Lela Dowling (also reproduced inside without the text) and back cover Captain Harlock art by Greg Espinoza. Informative for cartoon fans and a fond memory for those who attended the convention. - on the Movie & TV Magazines B page

BAYCON '87 JAPANESE ANIMATION PROGRAM BOOK: 1987, VF/NM, 72 page Program Book for the Anime/Japanimation screenings at the May 22-25, 1987 San Jose, CA Science Fiction-Fantasy-Comic Book Convention. Includes listings for over 35 films with synopses, film stills, animation character sheet reproductions, and new artwork. Contributing artists include Kevin Anderson, Lois Buhalis, Lela Dowling, Greg Espinoza, Shepherd Hendrix, Ken Hooper, Ron Lim, Ed Luena, Max, Felicia O'Sullivan, Mark Simmons, James Teal, and Chris Tsuda. Some of the series/films include, Area 88, Arion, Space Cobra, Crusher Joe, Mobile Suit Gundam, Lensmen, Lupin, Macross, Mega Zone, Nausicaa, Urusei Yatsura, and Vampire Hunter D. Heavy card stock covers. Front cover artwork by Felicia O'Sullivan and back cover Gundam art by James Teal. Informative for cartoon fans and a fond memory for those who attended the convention. - on the Movie & TV Magazines B page

WOODY DUMART: Boston Bruins Hall of Fame Left Winger, 8 x 10 inch signed sepia toned borderless glossy photo, printed on Kodak Professional paper, NM condition, full figure shot of Woody on the ice, autographed with blue sharpie, comes with the Certificate of Authenticity from Yesterdays Legends, the signing event promoter. Woody Dumart died on October 19, 2001. - on the Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles page

EARL MONROE:Baltimore Bullets/New York Knicks Hall of Fame guard, 8 x 10 inch signed black & white borderless glossy photo, printed on Kodak Royal paper, NM condition, NY Knicks combination press shots of "Earl The Pearl" dribbling and his "yearbook" face shot with the Knicks logo below him, large clean autograph, signed with blue sharpie, comes with the raised seal Letter of Authenticity from Rotman Auctions. - on the Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles page

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AUGUST 10:

FRANK KELLY FREAS ORIGINAL ARTWORK - DINOSAUR BEACH: Two original color book cover studies for "Dinosaur Beach," the Keith Laumer time travel science fiction novel first published in 1971. In September 1972, DAW Books published its paperback edition with a commissioned cover painted by Frank Kelly Freas. These two studies were painted in the late 1971 to early 1972 time frame. The first original features a prominent woman's face at the top (reminiscent of Zenya) with a dinosaur in a glowing orb near the bottom. The piece measures 5 3/8 wide at top graduating to roughly 5 1/2 inches wide at bottom by 8 1/2 inches long, painted with tempera on black card stock. In the second study, the approach is a shared full figure female form at top with a dinosaur near the bottom. The piece measures roughly 5 inches wide by 7 5/8 inches long, painted with tempera on heavy textured art board. I acquired these directly from Kelly (sitting in his living room in Virginia Beach) in the summer of 1977, which is when he signed both of them. That's why you see a 77 bullet after his name on the bottom right side. The completed artwork is nicely printed full page in the "As He Sees It" book published in 2000. I'm including the import book (As New, First Edition, First Printing) with these originals. It's an outstanding collection of Kelly's artwork. Both originals have been stored in archival Mylar and will ship that way. If you are a fan of Kelly Freas artwork or Keith Laumer's writing, these pieces will make an impressive addition to your collection. Kelly Freas died on January 2, 2005. - on the Original Artwork page

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AUGUST 8:

RICK MIDDLETON: Boston Bruins Right Winger, 8 x 10 inch signed color bordered photo, printed on semi-glossy card stock, NM- condition, full figure game action shot with Rick's 1973-1989 career highlight stats printed at the bottom, #16 added after his name, autographed with blue sharpie, comes with the raised seal Letter of Authenticity from Rotman Auctions. - on the Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles page

MIDWAY: Universal Studios, 1976, original film press kit "Production Notes" booklet. 15 pages (including cover page) stapled together in the upper left corner, VG/F condition: bottom right corner tip has a half inch crimp, no markings inside, size 8.5 x 11 inches. The press text promotes the Mirisch Corporation production of the film, the movie's stars (Charlton Heston, Henry Fonda, Hal Holbrook, Christina Kokubo, Glenn Ford, Toshiro Mifune, Robert Mitchum, Robert Webber, Edward Albert, James Coburn, Robert Wagner, Christopher George, Monte Markham, James Shigeta, Cliff Robertson, and others) and of course, Sensurround! Directed by Jack Smight. Great package for fans of the film or the WWII historical event. - on the Miscellaneous Movie and TV Collectibles page

MONTY PYTHON'S NEW FILM (LIFE OF BRIAN) SCREENPLAY: Written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin. Copyright 1977, an early draft copy under the working title of "Monty Python's New Film" before the final "Life Of Brian" title was set, 150 loose pages, printed on white paper, NM condition. This early draft contains dialogue and scenes not in the finished film. Needless to say, it's a fascinating read for any Python fan. This was sold through Film Collector's World back in late 1979. It is not an original studio copy. As a provenance bonus, I will include the original mailing envelope this came in with its January 9, 1980 postmark date on it. Wow! See if anyone else will offer you that! - on the Miscellaneous Movie and TV Collectibles page

TERRY O'REILLY: Boston Bruins Right Wing enforcer, 8 x 10 inch signed color glossy borderless photo, printed on AGFA Professional paper, NM condition, knees up game action shot of "Taz," #24 added under his signature, autographed with blue sharpie, comes with the raised seal Letter of Authenticity from Rotman Auctions. - on the Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles page

THE WALKING DEAD LOTTERY TICKETS: 2014, AMC, Arizona Lottery Scratchers Tickets, carefully used tickets in VF/NM or better condition, obviously no winners, size 4 inches square, four different zombie styles of $2 scratchers, for TWD completists. - on the Miscellaneous Movie and TV Collectibles page

WHO WAS THAT MONOLITH I SAW YOU WITH? PROMO FLYER: Flyer promoting the 1976 second edition of the humor book by Michael Goodwin, published by Heritage, NM, size 3 7/8 x 9 1/4 inches, B&W, front shows the book cover with promo text and the back shows a SPARCE:1999 parody strip with the USS Enterprise from Star Trek. If you thought the book was hard to find, see how many of these you can locate! - on the Star Trek page

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AUGUST 4:

EYES ON THE PRIZE: AMERICA'S CIVIL RIGHTS YEARS, 1954-1965 by Juan Williams. Hardcover (FN) with Dust Jacket (VG-), 1987, First Edition, Second Printing (states December 1986 which is before the copyright and is probably a typo), Viking Penguin, ISBN: 0-670-81412-1, size 8 x 9.5 inches, 320 pages plus endpapers, O/P edition. A companion volume to the PBS Television series. Illustrated with B&W photographs throughout. Explores the struggles of the civil rights movement in America from the Supreme Court's ruling that segregated schools were unconstitutional through the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Introduction by Julian Bond. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF TELEVISION by Irving Settel and William Laas. Hardback (As New-) with Dust Jacket (G-: four yellowed tape marks), 1969, Unstated First Edition, Unstated Printing, Grosset & Dunlap, Castle Books, size 8 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches, 224 pages plus endpapers, O/P. The complete story of broadcast television in America from the development of electronic picture communication to the Marshall McLuhan era. All the great stars and most of the shows from the 1940s to the 1960s are featured in both text and hundreds of B&W photographs. From the first image of Felix The Cat to man on the moon, Uncle Miltie, Lucy, westerns, game shows, Batman, The Beatles, and much more! - on the Movie and Television Books page

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JULY 31:

COSMOS by Carl Sagan. Softback, As New-, 1980, Unstated First Softback Edition, Unstated Printing, Random House, ISBN: 0-394-71596-9, size 8 x 10 inches (later editions reduced the size), 384 pages, O/P edition. Contains 13 illustrated chapters, corresponding to the 13 episodes of the Cosmos TV series, which the book was intended to complement. It explores the mutual development of science and civilization. One of Sagan's main purposes for the book and television series was to explain complex scientific ideas to anyone interested in learning. Cover painting by Adolf Schaller. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

THE LIVING PLANET by David Attenborough. Hardcover with Dust Jacket, As New-, 1984, Unstated Edition and Printing, Little, Brown and Company, ISBN: 0-316-05748-7, size 7 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches, 320 pages plus endpapers, O/P. A fascinating study of the ways in which living organisms, including humans, adapt to the great variety of environments that exist on earth. Based on the BBC TV series and the companion book to the PBS television series. Filled with gorgeous full color photographs throughout the book. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

MANWATCHING: A FIELD GUIDE TO HUMAN BEHAVIOR by Desmond Morris. Softback, FN-, 1977, Unstated Edition and Printing, Harry N. Abrams Inc., ISBN: 0-8109-2184-7, size 8.5 x 11 inches, 320 pages, O/P edition. Printed and bound in Italy. A fascinating book that explores many aspects of human behavior and turns everyone into social scientists. Using hundreds of color and B&W photographs and drawings, Morris has created a reference volume of postures, hand gestures and facial expressions that make up our body language. Using this, he guides the reader through interpreting the physical manifestation of our unspoken feelings and thoughts. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF RADIO by Irving Settel. Hardback (As New-) with Dust Jacket (G+: two yellowed tape marks), published 1960, Revised, 1971 Printing, Grosset & Dunlap, Castle Books, ISBN: 0-448-01913-2, size 8 5/8 x 11 1/4 inches, 192 pages plus endpapers, O/P. The complete story of radio broadcasting in America from crystal sets to transistors. All the great stars and most of the shows from the 1920s to the 1960s are featured in both text and hundreds of B&W photographs. From Groucho Marx to Edward R. Murrow, Burns & Allen to Benny & Rochester, The Lone Ranger, Orson Welles, they are all here! Introduction by Brock Brower. - on the Movie and Television Books page

THE WORLD IN 1966 (HISTORY AS WE LIVED IT) by the Writers, Photographers, Artists, and Editors of The Associated Press. Hardback, VG+, 1967, Unstated Edition and Printing (but this was the only Edition and Printing), Western Publishing Company, size 9.5 x 12.75 inches, 288 pages plus endpapers, O/P. Travel back to 1966 with a month by month recap of all the major events in the world. Loaded with color and B&W photos, read about world events, politics, science, economics, the arts, sports, fads, and just about everything else you can think of as news. A fun trip back in time. Features on the Viet Nam War, the space race with Gemini 8 & 9 and Surveyor 1, Richard Speck murders 8 student nurses, LBJ, Charles Whitman's sniper attack in Texas, LSD, NFL-AFL merger, the World Series, Warren Commission Report, a 1966 chronology, and much more! Great gift for someone born in 1966. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

SAMI ZAYN NXT WWE ACTION FIGURE: Unopened On Card: sticky spot on card front where a price tag was removed, bends in hanging rack backing card in several places, 2015, Mattel, Part No. DJR40-0910, UPC #8 87961 22971 4, hologram sticker still on back. Recreate The Action of WWE! - on the Toy Collectibles page

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JULY 25:

KUNG FU: CINEMA OF VENGEANCE by Verina Glaessner. Hardback (As New-) with Dust Jacket (FN-), 1974, Unstated Edition and Printing, Bounty Books, ISBN: 0-517-518317, size 7 x 10 1/8 inches, 136 pages plus endpapers, O/P. Import made and printed in Great Britain. Includes chapters on the great stars of Hong Kong Kung Fu cinema, Bruce Lee, Wang Yu, Angela Mao, Ti Lung, and David Chiang. A Kung Fu chronology is presented. Also examined are Golden Harvest Studios, Raymond Chow, Chang Cheh, the Zatoichi/One-Armed Swordsman series, Hap Ki Do (Lady Kung Fu), and much more. Loaded with B&W photos of all the above named stars and more. Plus, 8 pages of color Chinese movie posters including The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury and Enter The Dragon with Bruce Lee (who is also on the cover.) - on the Movie and Television Books page

THE MARX BROTHERS - THEIR WORLD OF COMEDY by Allen Eyles. Hardback with Dust Jacket, VG, 1969, Unstated Edition and Printing, A. S. Barnes & Co., ISBN: 0-498-01447-9, size 6 3/4 x 10 1/4 inches, 192 pages plus endpapers, O/P. Eyles takes you through the brothers early life, their vaudeville career, how they got their stage names, their films from The Cocoanuts (1929) to Love Happy (1949), their radio performances, and their later lives. Over 100 B&W photos from their career are published throughout the book. Includes appendices on Margaret Dumont, the Marx Brothers major film and radio work and the Marx Brothers in print. - on the Movie and Television Books page

WHAT THEY DON'T TEACH YOU AT HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL by Mark H. McCormack. Softback, FN, July 1986, Bantam Trade Edition, Bantam Books, ISBN: 0-553-34277-0, size 6 x 9 inches, 272 pages, O/P edition. The #1 national bestseller for individuals who want to learn from an accomplished entrepreneur how to succeed at business. Learn the secret life of the deal, management philosophies that do and don't work, how to observe aggressively, and much more. Even if you aren't a corporate executive, this book can help you reach your business goals and enjoy success in the work world. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

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JULY 21:

AUSTRALIA by Bruce Bander, Mary Ann Harrell and Hector Holthouse. Hardcover (As New) with Dust Jacket (VG+: 3/8 inch tear at top edge of front cover), 1968, Unstated Edition and Printing, National Geographic Society, size 7 1/8 x 10 1/4 inches, 220 pages plus endpapers, O/P. Includes the full color map of Australia issued with the initial release of the book. Explore the continent of Australia through words and pictures as only the National Geographic Society can present it. Full color photographs throughout. Learn about the land, animals, people, cultures, and history of the country. Foreword by Gilbert M. Grosvenor. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

THE WINE LOVER'S QUIZ BOOK by Peter Adams. Softback, As New-, 1987, First U.S. Edition, HPBooks, ISBN: 0-89586-633-1, size 7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches, 144 pages, O/P. Printed in Great Britain. Challenging questions and answers for wine buffs and bluffers. Adams presents hundreds of his favorite and most challenging questions (with answers) covering a vast range of wine knowledge, from basic facts to total trivia. B&W photographs throughout the book. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

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