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London: John Lane, 1921. First English Edition of the author's first book; preceded by the American edition. Full green morocco by the Baker Bindery of Anniston, Alabama; all edges gilt; raised bands; spine lettering and decoration in gilt; fine. The publisher’s spine and front cover cloth is bound in.
New York: The Century Company, 1902. First Edition; likely or possibly a later printing or issue. Publisher’s decorated yellowish colored cloth; some cloth staining; a good copy. While this copy clearly employs the October, 1902 printing plates, the copyright page lacks the DeVinne Press slug. The title page is printed.....
London: Sunday Times Magazine, 1972. First Edition; one of 3000 numbered copies. Consisting of the above-titled book, ephemera (tickets, etc.), a printed ticket list, a presentation letter, and a route map, all in the original unprinted compartmented cardboard box. In fine condition, although the box has minor wear.
London: Joseph Thomas, 1838. Consisting of the following, each with a title page and frontispiece: The Tailors (Thomas, 1836); Bombastes Furioso (Rodd, 1830); Midas (Thomas, 1837); Tom Thumb (Thomas, 1837); The Mayor of Garratt (Thomas, 1837); The Beggar’s Opera (Thomas, 1837); Katherine and Petruchio (Thomas, 1838). Publisher’s cloth; 16mo.; very.....