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Here is the Ellison card.

Here is the Bradbury card.
 
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I remember that Bradbury sale and the description.

Thanks, Bill.

Jess
 
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Here are some more:


444 W.S. DiPiero (looks like 2001)

Cards of Allen Ginsburg and Nina Hartley (unsure of numbers on them)
 
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Thanks Bill!
I've got 5 different editions of SLIPPAGE, now I just need the Booksmith card to go with them!
 
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444 W.S. DiPiero (looks like 2001)



444 would be June 2001.

Here's another card, from Nov 2004.
 
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That Ray Bradbury card is also very nice, thanks for the picture.
 
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Yeah, you could have picked up the Nina Hartley card earlier this year but you had to buy a copy of her book for about $80. The card wasn't shown. I'm not sure it sold.

Jess


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Here are some more:


444 W.S. DiPiero (looks like 2001)

Cards of Allen Ginsburg and Nina Hartley (unsure of numbers on them)
 
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There is a Nina card on ebay now along with about a dozen other cards. Search for the bookstore name using the detailed search.
 
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Catskilleagle -- any chance you could contact me offline about this set? My email address is in my profile.
 
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Hi Bill,

Okay. I will.

Jess


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Catskilleagle -- any chance you could contact me offline about this set? My email address is in my profile.
 
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I updated the list today, based on the posts and a couple I saw recently.

Someone sold a 300 or so count lot....I wish they posted a list!
 
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The seller actually sold 380 cards for $ 300. Wow, that was a great deal !

Someone else had a lot of 14 on ebay the other day. Not sure of the numbers, but the cards were:

Richard Avedon
Elizabeth Berg
Raymond Bonner
Susie Bright
Z. Budapest
Sophy Burnham
Geoffrey Canada
Jon Carroll
Cydney Chadwick
Howard Rheingold
David Schneider
Andrew Vachss
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The Upcoming Whole Earth Catalog

The Andrew Vachss card was 862
 
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Here is the NSU article on the Booksmith cards, from 1997.

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Hi Bill,

That is a great find! Thanks! I looked for that article and any reference to that article but came up empty a few months ago and looked for it before as well. I had a vague memory of it but was beginning to wonder if it was just a mention in Finders Keepers or in the letters to the magazine. I have the Oct-Nov 2000 issue that has an article index and didn't see a Booksmith listing but now I see the title was under "Author Trading Cards" from '97 - should have thought of looking under "author."

Thanks again,

Jess

Jess


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Here is the NSU article on the Booksmith cards, from 1987.
 
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