Greater St. Louis Book Fair sells many rare and collectible books, movies, music, comics and ephemera. Our inventory includes first editions, limited editions, out-of-print editions, signed copies and other treasures. These items are located in the Collector's Corner section at the fair, and are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Volunteers begin posting rare and collectible inventory in the summer.
All rare and collectible items are sold on a first come, first serve basis at the purchase counter. Patrons must remain at the purchase counter while their items are being pulled from the display cases. Request lists will not be fulfilled unless the interested patron is present. Please note that Greater St. Louis Book Fair reserves the right to add or remove items for sale as necessary. Check back frequently for new updates.
Book in box
Picture postcard of Cedric & Elizabeth Dickens, standing next to only statue of Charles Dickens in the world. Cedric, great-grandson of Charles, wrote a note and signed the back of the postcard. Dated 2002
Signed by various people
Signed by Charlotte Peters
The price is for all three volumes in the set. Volume I contains the authors signature.
Signed comic book, second contributor: Larry Stroman Story/Art
Letter written to Mrs. Anthony J. Cutaia by chef Julia Child. Letter is typed, and the signature is in red ink. Envelope has return address: The French Chef, Channel 2, Boston, Massachusetts. Letter dated February 28, 1972. On the envelope is an 8 cent Eisenhower stamp.
Historical photos and text about the history of Jefferson Barracks
Complete St. Louis Post Dispatch newspaper, dated Sunday Morning May 1, 1904, reporting on the opening of the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis
A combination story book and piece of artwork. Written by Laura Robinson, illustrated in collaboration with Suzanne Simson.