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New York: Stokes, 1905. First Edition. Presentation copy; inscribed by the author, apparently upon publication, “To my Friend Irene Davison who helped me greatly with the literary part of this book. Robert Barr Oct 11 1905.” Spotted and worn; spine darkened; fair to good. The recipient was Barr’s secretary.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1895. First Edition. Some foxing; very good plus. Presentation copy; with the author’s lengthy inscription on the half-title, “Dear Edith [Watson; likely a cousin]; I intended you to have my new book ‘Over the Border’ to take with you to America, but it will not be.....
No place of publication: no publisher, 1892. Volume I; bound in contemporary half-leather; owner’s inscription; the binding is worn; good. One of the earliest Sherlockian parodies and illustrated by George Hutchinson, who had recently illustrated the 1891 Ward, Lock edition of A Study in Scarlet. These issues were originally published.....