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London: Smith, Elder, 1847. First Edition; three volumes; publisher’s cloth; the fly-title of the publisher’s catalogue is dated June, 1847 and the catalogue itself is dated October, 1847. This set has the very uncommon “Calcutta Review” ad inserted (while copies lacking it are not considered incomplete, it is preferable to.....
London: Smith, Elder, 1848. First Edition; three volumes; bound without the ads in 19th century black half-morocco and marbled paper boards; top edges gilt; contemporary ownership signature on the title page of the first volume (along with the notation “first edition”) and on the blanks of the other two; bookplates;.....
London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1911. First Edition of the author’s first book. Publisher’s cloth with a paper spine label; closer to fine than very good (according to Ahearn: Collected Books, 2011, this was not issued with a dust jacket). [With] 1914 And Other Poems. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1915. First.....
Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1864. “Fourth Edition.” Publisher’s cloth; illustrated with engravings; some page staining along the right of most pages, and cloth fading; very good. Presentation copy; inscribed on the half-title. “Revd. D.L. Forbes with the Author’s best regards/ Dec. 1 [?] 1869.”.
New York: Dramatist’s Play Service, 1939. First Edition; original publisher’s boards. With an essay by O’Neill. One of an unspecified number signed by the various contributors (including O’Neill, Sidney Howard and John Mason Brown). Extremities a little worn; very good. Baker’s influence on 20th century American playwriting was profound.
New York: Dramatist’s Play Service, 1939. First Edition; original publisher’s boards. With an essay by O’Neill. One of an unspecified number signed by the various contributors (including O’Neill, Sidney Howard and John Mason Brown). Extremities a little worn; nearly fine in a custom slipcase with a leather spine and a......