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Richmond:Hogarth Press. 1923. 25pp. 1st edition. Illustrated with boards decorated by Vanessa Bell, and frontispiece and 2 illustrations by Duncan Grant. Hardcover, in fair condition. Ex-library, distinguished by a Harvard University Eliot House bookplate to front board, as well as a smaller secondary owners bookplate. Boards are soiled and worn, with edges chipped and worn to boards. Spine strip is gone. Old damp stain to the spine and bottom edge of rear board. Internally, aside from the 2 bookplates, no other owners marks or signatures. End pages are soiled, with damp stain showing on the bottom and binding edge of the inside boards.That same damp stain does continue through the book at the bottom of the pages only. The binding is still holding with hinges still intact. Overall, in fair condition.
Muscatine, Iowa; The Prairie Press, 1940. First Edition. Hardcover, no dj. 52pp. Tan cloth boards lightly soiled and bumped. A paper clip mark at top of front cover. Interior clean and bright, unmarked, square and tightly bound. Overall a Very Good copy. Prairie Press's publication announcement is inserted. "Mr. Conrad senses keenly the quality of life in America - its spiritual poverty, its insistence upon material values, its chaos, its sprawling formlessness, its greed and dirt and waste". A "long poem....printed throughout in two colors on ivory paper". (cfm)
Dublin:The Gayfield Press. (1940). 1st edition. ix+79pp. Hardcover. Beige boards lightly soiling along top edge and the edge points are gently bumped. Internally, the end-pages are age-toned, but otherwise a very good clean copy. *Author's second collection of poetry, including a section on the Spanish Civil War.
Dublin; The Dolmen Press, . Limited Edition (one of 500 copies). Softcover. 28pp. Very Good condition. Light shelfwear/grime plus a bit of foxing to covers. Bookseller pencilled notes on rear flap. Interior is as new. (cfm)
Providence:George H. Whitney. 1853. vii+227pp. Hardcover. Brown boards with design blindstamped, in very good, clean condition. Slightest bit of wear to spine ends but edge points still sharp. Gilt on spine dulled but still visible. Internally, bookseller notes penciled to top edge of yellow (front) end-pages, and a contemporary review is laid in at page 152, with some offset to pages, otherwise a very good, clean copy. *Sarah Helen Whitman was a romantic interest of Edgar Allen Poe.
Boston:Luce and Company. 1917. 64pp. 1st edition. Hardcover. Green boards soiled, and spine darkened, with light shelf-wear to edges. Internally, pages slightly age-toned, but otherwise a very good, clean copy.
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.
Santa Rosa:Black Sparrow Press. 1991. 198pp. One of 150 copies, numbered (#62) and signed on the colophon page. Other than some dust residue to top page edges, a very good, clean copy with a very good acetate jacket. *The Archaeology of Movies and Books, Volume 1.
Liverpool:D. Marples and Co., Limited. 1889. 103pp. Hardcover. Signed/Inscribed by the author on page between half title and title page, with an albumen photo of author pasted to verso of half title. With 3 additional pages of handwritten decorated poems bound in. One to the front and two in the rear. In very good condition. Grey decorated boards are lightly soiled with shelf-wear to spine ends and edge points. Internally, previous owners bookplate to inside front board and light foxing scattered throughout. Binding is tight but hinges have started. *Author was late pastor of Unitarian Church in Barnstable, MA.
Philadelphia; J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1865. First Edition thus. Hardover, no dj. 154pp + 10pp adverts. Good condition. Boards shelfworn with small losses of fabric at extremities. Bookseller stamp on front pastedown, pencilled bookseller marks at top of ffep, and pencil markings on rear pastedown. Scattered foxing inside but most pages are clean. Binding is square and secure. Collection of petry including Civil War poems and poems in Italy. (cfm)
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)
Garden City, NY:Doubleday, Page and Company. 1921. 243pp. Hardcover. Signed and inscribed by Le Gallienne on half title page. Boards lightly shelf-worn and soiled with light wear to edges. Page edges soiled. Internally, end-pages are age-toned with light foxing to first and last pages, otherwise, a very good, solid copy.
London:Chapman and Hall, Ltd. 1897. 1st edition. xxiii+250pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. In very good condition. Decorated boards lightly soiled. Top edges gilt. Internally, end-pages age toned, but otherwise pages clean and bright. No previous owners marks or signatures. A very good 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.
New York:The Viking Press. 1956. 32pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition with no previous owners marks or signatures. The price clipped dust jacket is slightly age-toned with light soiling but still in very good condition.
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