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Los Angele: Black Sparrow Press. 1975. 168pp. Limited edition of 200 copies, signed and numbered (#59) on colophon page. In very good, clean condition with only some light sun-fading to spine area. Acetate jacket is in very good condition as well.
New York:Simon & Schuster. (1926). 31p. Wrps. The bottom spine edge gently bumped, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
Dublin:Allen Figgis. 1963. 99pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book has light age-toning to end-pages but otherwise is in very good, clean condition. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelf-worn, with wear to edges and folds, but still in very good condition. *An Chomhairle Ealaion Series of Irish Authors, Number Two.
Santa Rosa:Black Sparrow Press. 1986. 122pp. Limited to 300 copies, signed and numbered (#187) on the colophon page. Hardcover with acetate jacket. Light soiling to page edges, otherwise a very good, clean copy with a very good jacket.
Los Angeles:BlackSparrow Press. 1974. 134pp. Number 63 out of 200 copies, numbered and signed by the author on the colophon page. The page edges (top and side) are stained with dust residue, with some light soiling to the top edges of the boards but otherwise a very good copy with a very good acetate jacket.
New York:Boni and Liveright. 1922. 1st edition. 64pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Number 547 out of 1000 copies, stamped on copyright page in 2mm ink. Stiff boards. Mountain spelled without the A on page 41. Black boards lightly shelf-worn with gilt on spine dulled. Internally, previous owners pencilled inscription to first free end-page, with no other marks or signatures found. Dust jacket in two pieces with spine strip 3/4 gone (pieces kept inside) and chips and tears to all seams and edges. Overall, a very good, clean copy with a poor dust jacket.
London; Printed for James Woodward, in St Christophers Church-Yard, in Threadmeadle-Street, and John Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater Noster Row, 1710. Two parts bound together. Hardcover. 10(A)pp+178(B)pp. Leather boards well worn, with leather peeling from cardboard backing, currently protected with a paper book cover. Internally very good. An old owner name penned on front pastedown. Age toning and occasional worm holes and age spots. Otherwise complete, clean, and still solidly bound. Samuel Colvil's poetic satire of Scottish Presbyterians, first published in 1681. Includes a ten page "Authors Apology to the Reader" as preface. (cfm)
Los Angeles:Black Sparrow Press. 1974. 115pp. Limited signed edition. No 70 of 200 copies, numbered and signed by the author on the colophon page. Hardcover with acetate dust jacket. Upper inch of front board is sun-faded and lower front edge point is gently bumped, otherwise book is in very good, clean condition. Acetate dust jacket has a tear to lower half of spine as well as wear to edges and edge points.
no place: no date. 151pp. Illustrated. Wrps. Signed and enscribed on the first free end-page by Author. Stiff blue covers slightly shelf-worn with some fading and soiling. Internally, clean and bright. A very good, signed copy.
Orleans, MA:Privatly Printed. 1973. 70pp. Wrps. Yellow covers soiled and rubbed with soiling to page edges. Internally, clean and bright. A very good copy.
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press. 1978. 179pp. Hardcover with acetate jacket. Limited to 200 copies, signed and numbered (#68) on the colophon page. The book, boards slightly darkened at edges, is in very good clean condition save for a small drop of something, spilled on page edge. Acetate jacket, lightly rubbed, also is in very good condition.
Sea Cliff Editions. 1985. No pagination. No. 28 of an edition of 120, with an original silkscreen by Elaine deKooning. Signed on colophon page by Bradley and deKooning. Wrps. With blue patterned wrappers made by Claire Maziarczyk. Wrappers just slightly soiled with a touch of shelf-wear to edges. Internally, a small smudge on the colophon page but otherwise a very good, clean copy.
New York; W.W. Norton and Company, . Two volumes: xxvi+194pp and ix+pp195-560. Hardcover in slipcase. First American Edition. Both volumes have spotting to page edges. Also a couple of small black markings on the boards, apparently from rubbing the slipcase. Otherwise they are clean and tight, inside and out. Slipcase is good, fully intact, but bumped and rubbed.
London:Macmillan and Co. Limited. 1928. 202pp. 1st edition. A very good, clean copy, with some minor mottling to the front cover and age-toning to end pages. Many pages still uncut. *This was Hardy's final collection of verse, published posthumously in October of 1928.
Boston:Houghton, Mifflin and Company. 1901. vi+111pp +(8). 1st edition, one of 100 copies. Hardcover with beige dust wrapper. Boards are lightly sun-faded at edges but otherwise are in very good condition. Internally, pages are clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket, still in one piece, but is soiled and quite worn at edges with chips and tears.
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