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Paris & New York: Babou and Kahane/ The Fountain Press, 1930. First Edition. One of 100 numbered copies on “imperial hand-made iridescent japan” signed by the author. Publisher’s wrappers; fine in the original glassine (a little worn and browned); in the publisher’s cardboard slipcase (with some splitting and restoration).
[Princeton, New Jersey]: Sylvia Beach, 1931. First American Edition. Publisher’s wrappers; fine. Fifty copies were printed by the Princeton University Press for Beach to secure American copyright. This did not deter a pirated edition of 103 copies published in Cleveland later the same year.
Cleveland, Ohio: Privately Printed, 1931. Presumed Second American Edition; preceded by an edition of 50 copies issued at Princeton to secure American copyright, almost certainly printed as a reaction to the publishers of this edition informing Sylvia Beach of their intention to issue the book. There were 103 copies printed.....
Dublin: Gerrard Bros. 1901. First Edition of Joyce's first appearance in a book and second appearance in print: an attack on the Irish Literary Theatre. A fine copy in a custom quarter-morocco slipcase. This piece, along with Skeffington's, which advocated equal University status for women, was rejected by University College's.....
Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1922. First Edition; one of 750 numbered copies (this is no. 843; the special issues of 100 and 150 were also numbered). Original publisher’s wrappers. Minor rubbing and soiling of the wrappers; a little short of fine, but an excellent, unrestored copy. Never having read this.....
New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1956. First Edition; an advance publication excerpting from the yet to be issued Shakespeare and Company. Inscribed on the front free endpaper, “Wilbert Snow from the Publisher” and in a different hand “Xmas, 1956.” The poet and politician claimed that he smuggled the first copy of.....