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Hardy Books is a rare and out-of-print book and ephemera seller located in Nevada City, California, in the heart of the California Northern Mines Gold Country. We are part of the "Gold Cities Book Town" which is comprised of Nevada City and Grass Valley, California.

We specialize in "All Things Californian" (California Authors, Poets, Photographers, History, Law & Order, The Movies, Flora & Fauna, Food & Drink, Yosemite, San Francisco, Deserts, and so forth), Western Americana, Western Fine Press, Books to Film and Books On Books, as well as Posters and Movie Memorabilia and the odd item of special interest or value.  We list only a small part of our inventory on line, so please contact us if you are looking for a particular item.

We are members of the Independent Online Booksellers Association and follow the IOBA Code of Ethics.

Featured Items

A STAR DANCED
LAWRENCE, Gertrude
Doubleday, Doran and Company Garden City, N. Y. 1945 238 pages. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by Gertrude Lawrence in ink on the.. more
Price: $125.00
MINUTES OF THE LAST MEETING
FOWLER, Gene
The Viking Press New York 1954 277 pages. First Edition. SIGNED in ink by Gene Fowler.. more
Price: $165.00

RESURRECTING LIFE
STRANGE, Michael (Oelrichs, Blanche)
Alfred A. Knopf New York 1921 86 pages. Dust Jacket. Illustrated from two drawings by John.. more
Price: $150.00
ROMANTIC CITIES OF CALIFORNIA
HAWTHORNE, Hildegarde
D. Appleton-Century Company New York 1939 (xvii) 456 pages. First Edition with "(1)" on last page.. more
Price: $65.00

HIGH ODYSSEY The First Solo Winter Assault of Mt. Whitney and the Muir Trail Area
ROSE, Eugene A.
Howell-North Books Berkeley 1974 160 pages. First edition. Illustrated dust jacket. Cloth. Octavo. Illustrated.. more
Price: $45.00
THE MAN FROM NEW YORK John Quinn and His Friends
REID, B. L.
Oxford University Press New York 1968 (xviii) 708 pages. First Edtion. Illustrated dust jacket. Cloth. Silver.. more
Price: $35.00

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