Category: Western


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Killer In Town

By: Adams, Clifton

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Dell First Edition A199, 1959

Edition: First Edition

Cdn.; two friends find themselves on opposite sides of the law, one a Territory marshal, the other a wanted man in Kansas; cover by John Leone; spine slant; internally tight and clean; View more info

A Killer in Whiskey Smith

By: Allen, Eric

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Ace 44250, 1971

The third of the author's titles set in Whiskey Smith, "the jumping off spot for the real Wild West of the frontier days." A man who was judged to be defending himself when he killed three men on a Fort Smith street is heading back to the same town, looking for his brother's killers. Only mild wear. A nice copy. View more info

Famous Western, April 1952

By: Baker, Brister, Berard, Carpenter, Cogswell, Cruickshank, Hines, Mathews, Walters, Whitechurch

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Columbia Publications,

stories by John Jo Carpenter, Richard Brister, A.A. Baker, Ralph Berard, Harold F. Cruickshank, Rex Whitechurch, C.H. Cogswell, Cliff Walters, James A. Hines, J.J. Mathews; uneven tear to left edge of front cover, the usual short tears/chipping/edgewear, 1/4" of top spine chipped, some foxing to first couple of pages; View more info

Blood and Gold

By: Ballard, Todhunter

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Belmont B50-1005, 1969

Edition: 1st Belmont edition

Cdn.; originally published in 1962, under the title "Gopher Gold"; an epidemic strikes a small town consumed by gold fever, and while trying to stem the first sickness, a young doctor must also deal with the deadly consequences of the latter; cover illustration by G. Alvara; mild roll, mild dampstaining to edges, light tanning, a bit of handling wear; internally clean; View more info

They Opened the West

By: Blackburn, Tom W. (ed.)

Price: $8.50

Publisher: London, White Lion Publishers, 1973

Edition: 1st UK edition

originally published in New York, in 1967, by Doubleday; "an anthology of fact and fiction -- much of it especially written for this volume and appearing for the first time herein -- which outlines westward expansion in terms of the adventures associated with the roads and rivers, communications and pioneering enter prises, which quite literally opened the way for the vast mass migration which followed."; contributors include Cliff Farrell, Lucia Moore, Bill Guli... View more info

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Flying U Ranch

By: Bower, B.M.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap / G&D,

When the boss of the Flying U Ranch was away in Chicago, his former partner "stocked a neighboring ranch with sheep. The very sight and smell of their woolly bodies, as the sheep were driven upon the choicest pasturage land of the Flying U Coulee, drove the cowboys frantic with rage." Caramel cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 260 pages. Lightly tanned/smudged edges, in dust jacket w/moderate edgewear, sunned spine (still legible, but quite faded), ... View more info

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The Untamed

By: Brand, Max (pseudonym of Frederick Faust)

Price: $150.00

Publisher: London & New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons/Putnam, 1925

Edition: 2nd Putnam's UK printing

Brand's first novel, originally published as a six-part serial beginning with the December 7th, 1918 issue of 'All-Story Magazine.' Red cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 374 pages + 5 pages of ads for various Putnam's Half-a-Crown fiction editions. This second printing was issued in January, 1925, with the first printing having appeared in October, 1924. Edgewear/scrapes, tiny scrape to left edge of front cover, small abrasion/scrape to bottom of front gutter... View more info

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Bloody Bones Canyon (Cheyenne #19)

By: Cole, Judd

Price: $12.50

Publisher: New York, Leisure 40778 /Dorchester Publishing, 1996

Edition: First Edition

Paperback original. Continues the story of Touch the Sky, son of a great Indian chief raised by white settlers, who returned to live with his people. 167 pages + nine pages of publisher's advertisements. Mild slant, some edgewear, moderate handling wear. Uncommon first printing View more info

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The Outlaw Sheriff

By: Dunning, Hal

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Chelsea House, 1928

Edition: First Edition

When a sheriff is sick and unable to maintain law and order, his brother, who has a mysterious reputation, fills in and does an admirable job. Green cloth w/black lettering to front cover/spine, 247 pages + 4 pages of advertisements for other Chelsea House titles. Mild spine slant, discolouration to fore-edge of front cover, edge soil, tanning, some off-setting to pastedowns, light internal soil, in edgeworn dust jacket w/edge tears, chipping, creasing, pieces torn fro... View more info

Man From Robber's Roost

By: Field, Peter

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Jefferson House, 1957

Edition: First Edition

a Powder Valley western featuring Pat Stevens and his pals Sam and Ezra as they try to thwart rustling, ambush and kidnapping; lightly soiled/dusted edges, bumped/worn corners, discolouration to bottom 1/2" of spine, previous owner's signature/address; dj w/sunned spine, chipping/tears to corners/top spine, bottom 1" of spine mising, tears to bottom spine edges, short edge tears, light soil to rear panel, faint stain to inside spine/panel edges, rubbing, impressi... View more info

Trail South From Powder Valley

By: Field, Peter

Price: $9.50

Publisher: Belmont 90-308, 1964

Edition: 1st Belmont edition

"It took a man with nerves of steel and blazing guns to gallop down the bloody trail south from Powder Valley." 141 pages. Mild spine slant, foxed edges, light tanning, moderate handling wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon in this edition. View more info

Montana Maverick

By: Floren, Lee

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Lancer 70-072, 1964

Edition: 1st Lancer Books edition

From the front cover: "The range war was bloody and savage -- and Brad Raleigh rode into a no-man's-land of danger and death." 143 pages. A bit of slant, light general wear. View more info

A Day to Die

By: Frazee, Steve

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Avon T-458, 1960

Edition: First Edition

Cdn. printing; paperback original; "A blood-red page in American history--the final, terrible battle for possession of the West."; a bit of slant, light rubbing/scuffing; internally tight and clean; View more info

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Red Earth

By: Gill, Tom

Price: $45.00

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap,

Edition: 1st Grosset & Dunlap edition

No date (circa 1940). A story of the American Southwest, where "The border country is torn with strife--ranchers and copper-miners are in a hand-to-hand struggle for control of water rights, and a band of mysterious night riders led by a giant Chinaman, the Yellow Killer, has been raiding the ranches, killing and plundering as they go." Black lettering on red cloth, 314 pages, dust jacket illustration by Edgar Franklin Wittmack. Rear panel of dust jacket featu... View more info

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THE VANISHING INDIAN (The Vanishing American)

By: Grey, Zane

Price: $95.00

Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton,

Edition: 2nd UK edition

No date (1927). An early re-issue of the 1st UK edition from 1926. Published in the US as 'The Vanishing American,' this originally appeared as a serial beginning in the November 1922 issue of Ladies Home Journal before seeing its first book publication by Harper & Brothers in 1925. Orange/mustard cloth w/black lettering/blue eagle decoration to front cover, black lettering/blue rule to spine, 320 pages. Mild wear to corners/spine ends, tanning, light edge foxing, som... View more info