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Guy A. Aldred (1941; 3rd Edition), “Richard Carlile – Agitator” (Glasgow: Strickland Press) £12.00 £10.80
Softback. Original sand-coloured wraps. Stapled sections. The book is complete but the back cover and the last few pages have been well-repaired with tape with no loss. Pp 160; with twelve full-page illustrations. Inscription on dedication page reads 'To Helena Renyarde, appreciating her writing and wishing her all success, from her friend, the author. Glasgow. 19-7-41.' A scarce item.

Charles Baudelaire (1930; Limited First Edition), “Intimate Journals” (London: The Blackamore Press) £75.00 £67.50
Hard back, no d/w. Blue cloth/ gilt. Two scuff marks to rear board. Teg. Previous owners crossed out inscription on fep. 126 + (2) pp .With reproductions of 8 sketches by Baudelaire. This is no. 384 of the limited edition of 400 copies which comprised the first English edition. Very nice copy.

George Cavendish (1930; Limited & Numbered First Edition), “The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey, the Great Cardinal of England” (London: The Richards Press Ltd) £45.00 £40.50
Hardback, no d/w. Maroon buckram, gilt to spine, bevelled edges. Corners bumped, otherwise in fine condition. TEG. Tp in red & black. Pp 192. “Three hundred and twenty five copies of this edition, of which three hundred are for sale, have been printed by H.P.R. Finberg at the Alcuin Press, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, and are published for the Alcuin Press at 90 Newman Street, London, W.1 by the Richards Press Limited. This copy is numbered 183.”

Ascanio Condivi [Herbert P. Horne, trans] (1904; Limited Edition), “The Life of Michelagnolo Buonarroti” (Boston, MA: Merrymount Press) £40.00 £36.00
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine and front. Spine darkened, with tiny bit missing to rear hinge, slight discolouration to edges, head of spine bumped, lower corners slightly worn. 1” blemish to front paste-down. Pp x, 86. Not stated, but limited to 275 copies.

“Correspondence of John, Fourth Duke of Bedford: Selected from the Originals at Woburn Abbey; VOLUME II Only” (1843; First Edition) (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, no d/w. Brown cloth, gilt titles to spine; blind-stamped borders to boards, and blind-stamped bands to spine. Head of spine and corners slightly bumped; tail of spine worn with minor loss; rear boards lightly scuffed. Yellow ep's. Internally in fine condition: unread, as pages uncut. Pp xxxi, 429, [2]. Volume 2, of a 3 volume set. Introduction by Lord John Russell. Covers the years 1749 to 1760.

P. Doddridge, “Life of Col. James Gardiner” (London: The Religious Tract Society) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Brown cloth with blind stamped design to both boards, gilt titles to spine. Spine slightly cockled; extremities lightly worn, otherwise very good condition. Internally a few grubby pages, otherwise also very good. Reprint [1880's?]. Tissue-guarded frontis. Pp vii, 150, [2].

Francois Dosse (2010; Second Edition), “Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari: Intersecting Lives” (New York Columbia University Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp ix, 651, [3]. Illustrated in b&w.

Mary Dunhill (1979; First Edition), “Our Family Business” (London: Bodley Head) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in very good condition. The history of Dunhill tobacco business. Pp 146. Illustrated in b&w. Signed on fep by the author.

Jerusha Hull McCormack (1991; First Edition), “John Gray, Poet, Dandy, & Priest” (New Hampshire: Brandeis University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. D/w bumped to head and tail of spine; book in fine condition. Pp xii, 319.

Stephen Ingle (1994; First Paperback Edition), “George Orwell: a Political Life” (Manchester: Manchester University Press) £16.00 £14.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xi, 146.

Laurie Lee (1964; Second Impression), “The First Born” (London: Hogarth Press) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback in protected d/w. Pictorial d/w has tiny loss to head of spine and top front right- hand corner, with very slight sunning to top 1” of rear cover; not price-clipped. Book fine condition in cream boards, gilt to front cover. Pp 16. With 5 full page black and white photos. This is the second impression of November 1964 [first published October 1964].

A. V. S. Lochhead (1999; First Edition), “Changing Assumptions: a Personal Chronicle 1911 – 1999” (Swansea: Self-published) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Lime green cloth, gilt to spine and front. Book in fine condition. Pp 219. Illustrated in b&w.

Norman Mailer (1973; First Edition), “Marilyn: a Biography” (New York: Perigee Books) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Lightest of shelf-wear only, no markings or inscriptions. Pp 270. First U.S. paperback edition. Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white.

Nouritza Matossian (1998; First Edition), “Black Angel: a Life of Arshile Gorky” (London: Chatto and Windus) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xvi, 576. SIGNED by author on tp.

William Maurice [comp] (2004; First Edition), “A Pitman's Anthology” (London: James & James [Publishers] Ltd) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w have light shelf-wear only. Pp 309, with b&w illustrations. Biographical essay by William Jackson. Sponsored by The Wolf Safety Lamp Company, Sheffield, with their pre-publication material loosely inserted.

George Melly (1978; First Paperback Edition), “Rum, Bum and Concertina” (London: Futura) £8.00 Paperback, no d/w. Crease down front cover and spine, otherwise in very good condition. Pp 195, [4]. Drawing, signature and dedication by author on fep: “For Brian Yours Ever George Melly ” with drawing of a man (self portrait?) puffing on a cigarette.

“The Old Bethanian: In Memoriam W. A. Benians 1851 - 1939” (First Edition) £20.00 £18.00
Grey card wraps, black titles to front. Hand-written titles to spine. Some foxing to covers. Pp 95. With 9 illustrations. Newspaper cuttings of old boys loosely inserted.

Frederick William Rolfe/Baron Corvo (1963; Limited First Edition), “Without Prejudice: One Hundred Letters from Frederick William Rolfe “Baron Corvo” to John Lane” £90.00 £81.00
Hardback, ih protected d/w. Plain pink d/w slightly faded down spine, with minor tears and creases. Book grey paper-covered boards, red/gilt labels to spine and front. Pp 119 + colophon. One of only 600 copies. Edited with an introduction by Cecil Woolf and privately printed for Allen Lane. Loosely inserted is the original presentation slip from Allen Lane.

Ross A. Slotten (2004; First , Limited and Signed), “The Heretic in Darwin's Court: The Life of Alfred Russel Wallace” (New York: Columbia Univ. Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, in d/w. Slight nick to head of d/w's spine, otherwise both book and d/w new condition. Pp viii, 602. B&w illustrations.

Caitlin Thomas (1998; First UK Edition), “Double Drink Story: My Life with Dylan Thomas” (London: Virago) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Head and tail of spine slightly bumped, otherwise both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xiv, 174. Illustrated with 18 pp b&w photographs. Afterword by Caitlin's son, Francesco Fazio; SIGNED and inscribed by Fazio on the title page: “A work of love and honesty”.

Helen Thomas, with Myfanwy Thomas (1988; First Edition), “Under Storm's Wing” (Manchester: Carcanet Press) £35.00 £31.50
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 318. With 14 pages of b&w illustrations.

Dennis Wheatley (1959; First Edition), “Stranger Than Fiction” (London: Hutchinson & Co) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w repaired chips and tears along top edge and tail of spine, with minor loss; price-clipped. Book slight wear to head and tail of spine; tape marks to ep's. Pp 364. With frontis and 9 other maps/illustrations, including 3 fold-outs, one of which (proposed reconstruction of Europe), measures 560mm x 430mm, all in fine condition.

Barbara Whitehead (1993; First Edition), “Charlotte Bronte and Her Dearest Nell: The Story of a Friendship” (Otley: Smith Settle) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xiv, 298. Maps as ep's. Illustrated in b&w.

Cedric Whiteman (1985; First Edition), “Patriot, Padre and Priest: a Life of Henry Whiteman” (Worthing: Churchman Publishing) £5.00 £4.50
Paperback, no d/w. New book. Pp 158.

Mike Williams-Thompson (1956; First , Limited and Signed), “Tell the People!” (London: World's Press News Publishing) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has chips to head and tail of spine, and repaired tears, but with no loss, and not price-clipped. Book in almost fine condition. Pp 112. SIGNED and dedicated on title page by author. “Mike” was a nick-name - his real name was Richard Barton Williams-Thompson, Chief Information Officer for the Ministry of Supply, 1946-1949. [See also our signed copy of “Was I Really Necessary?” on Abebooks.]

Richard Williams-Thompson (1951; First , Limited and Signed), “Was I Really Necessary?” (London: World's Press News Publishing) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Black card wraps, slightly shelf-worn. Pp v, 206. First impression, June 1951. SIGNED and dedicated by author on title page: signed as “Mike” - the name by which he was known to his family and friends. Richard Barton [“Mike”] Williams-Thompson was Chief Information Officer for the Ministry of Supply 1946-1949. [see our signed copy of “Tell the People”, also on Abebooks.

Children’s Books

Anon., “Adventures Among the Indians - or, Forest and Frontier” (New York: William L. Allison) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Purple cloth / gilt to spine. Imitation three-quarter leather binding effect has been achieved by blind tooling. Blind tooled heraldic device (swallows) to front board. Blind-tooled figure and trademark to spine. Trademark reads 'Arundel Series'. Wear and bumps to extremities. Water stain to rear board. External hinges still very good. Horizontal tear with no loss to head of spine. This tear is above the gilt title. Internal hinges seriously cracked both front and back. Pages are browned and chipped, the result of cheap pulp paper. One page with slight damage with no loss. Illustrated throughout with wood engravings. Late 19th century. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 295. Scarce. Has been erroneously attributed to G.A. Henty: refuted by the Henty Society. Thrilling stories of South Africa, North America and Tartary.

Frank L. Baum (1998; Reprint), “The Lost Princess of Oz” (New York: Harper/ Collins) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in protected d/w. Laminated pictorial boards, pictorial ep's. Both book and d/w as new, apart from small closed tear to top edge of rear of d/w. “Belongs to” box neatly filled-in. Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white. Pp 318, [6].

“Boys Illustrated Annual” (1894; First , Limited and Signed) (London: Sampson Low, Marston and Co Ltd) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Pictorial cloth covered boards, somewhat faded to front and spine. Head and tail of spine bumped, with very small tears. 1/4” tear to front hinge, some wear to cloth of rear hinge. Internally sound, pages browned and /or foxed. No markings or inscriptions. Pp viii, 838, [2]. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white, with coloured, fold-out frontis. Heavy item - please contact dealer for p & p costs.

“The Boys' Wireless Book: a Concise and Reliable Guide for the Wireless Amateur in the Construction of His Apparatus and to the Better Understanding of His Hobby” (First Edition) (London: George Newnes Limited) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback in d/w. Pictorial d/w heavily repaired, with loss to head and tail of spine, and 1” strip to top edge of rear panel. Book has matching pictorial boards, worn at corners and along lower edge; red cloth spine slightly bumped at head and tail. Slight foxing to prelims. Undated [1924]. Rear board has adverts for the first 3 “William” books. Pp 90 [+ 2 blanks for notes]. With many in- text diagrams, plans and photos.

E. E. Cowper (First Edition), “The Strange Story of Kittiwake's Castle” (London) £200.00 £180.00
Hardback, no d/w. Pictorial cloth covered boards; olive-green, yellow and black designs to spine and front board. Head of spine bumped, with one tiny tear, tail very slightly worn. Top edge of block has small ink spots. Book undated. Prize label to front paste-down, dated 1921. Pp 120 [8]. Illustrated with two-tone frontis and 13 full-page b&w drawings.

Norman Dale (1947; Reprint), “Secret Service” (London: John Lane at the Bodley Head) £7.50 £6.75
Hardback in protected d/w. D/w chipped and worn along edges, with 1” square piece missing top r/h front corner, small piece missing top of spine. Book in very good condition: dark blue cloth with picture of boy looking over ship's side, in black, on front board. Pp. 116, illustrated in b/w, with maps as ep's.

Anthony Fon Eisen (1949; First UK Edition), “Storm” (London: Gryphon Books Ltd) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has repaired tears along edges, minor loss to tail of spine and corners; not price-clipped, ( 7/6 net). Book foxed down spine, and to page edges. Pp 234. Large 12mo: 7.375” high. Double title page, and d/w, illustated by Jacob Landau. American edition titled “Storm, Dog of Newfoundland”: this is the first U.K. edition.

Dr Heinrich Hoffmann, “Der Struwwelpeter” £25.00 £22.50
Undated, [c 1925]. “Aus der Gartenlaube Jahrgang 1871”. 20pp stapled inside card wraps, corners bumped, slight wear to spine, internally very good. Full colour illustrations to accompany 10, somewhat macabre, children's stories written in rhyme. Inner covers carry “Wie der 'Struwwelpeter' entstand”. All text in German.

Garry Hogg (1946: Reprint), “Explorers Awheel” (London: Nelson) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in protected d/w. D/w repaired tears to edges, slight loss to corners and head & tail of spine, but not affecting titles: coloured, pictorial design by Molly Haigh. Book green cloth, bright white titles to spine, slightly bumped at head and tail of spine; fore-edge lightly foxed, top edge green. Internally fine condition. Maps as ep's. Pp 299. Coloured frontis by Molly Haigh; many other b&w illustrations and maps by Haigh and “Tony”. 1946 reprint of the 1938 original. Scarce in d/w.

Moira Huntly (1992; First Hardback) “Painting in Mixed Media: Practical Advice and Exciting Ideas for Combining Painting Media” (London: HarperCollins Children's Books) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has light shelf-wear. Book in fine condition. Pp 144. Illustrated in colour and b&w.

Conn Iggulden (2009; First Edition), “Tollins: Explosive Tales for Children” (London: HarperCollins Children's Books) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly creased along top and lower edges. Book in fine condition. Pp 172, [4]. Signed on htp by author and illustrator.

Classical & Medieval Literature

Apuleius (1913; Limited & Numbered Edition), “Apulei Psyche et Cupido” (London: Philip H. Lee Warner) £45.00 £40.50
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 cream cloth over grey paper-covered boards, labels to front and spine. Pp 41 + colophon. Number 423 of 525 copies. TEG. Edited by Ludovic C. Purser. Printed for the Medici Society.

E.H. Blakeney [trans] (1948; First Thus), “The Funeral Oration of Pericles” (London: The Dropmore Press) £95.00 £85.50
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 vellum, red cloth covered boards, with gilt titles to spine, and gilt device to front board. Vellum slightly darkened, otherwise in fine condition. Pp [3], 24. Frontis and 2 large initials by John O'Connor. Translated by E.H. Blakeney. Limited edition; no. 112 of 300. Printed on paper hand made by Hodgkinson of Wells. Printed by hand on an Albion press at the Dropmore Press. Bound by Evans of Croydon.

Catullus Tibullus Propertius [3 Volumes in One] (1562) (Venice: Aldus) £800.00 £760.00
1/4 brown cloth over wood effect paper-covered boards, cloth corners, gilt to spine. Boards slightly scuffed, front outer hinge cracked. Text block clipped, but with no loss; page edges coloured yellow. Part 1: title page - Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti. Ab eodem correcti & scholiis illustrati tibullus et Propertius Venetiis MDLXII, with Aldus' anchor and dolphin mark; faded contemporary annotation to tp; ff 152. Some initial letters hand-coloured. Part II: title page - Tibullus, M. Antonii Mureti in eum scholia, ad torquatum bembum Petri F. Venetiis, MDLXII, with Aldus' anchor and dolphin; ff 56. Part III: title page - Sex. Propertius. M. Antonii Mureti in eum scholia ad Franciscum Gonzagam Ferdinandi F. Venetiis MDLXII. with Aldus' anchor and dolphin; ff 93; rear ep water damaged - small hole through last 3 leaves, affecting only one word of text. Front paste-down bears bookplate of Michael Maclagan of Trinity College Oxford.

Homer (1923; Limited, Signed and Numbered Edition), “The Iliad” (Munich: Bremer Press) £600.00 £540.00
Hardback, no d/w. Bound in 1/2 pale brown linen with grey paper-covered boards, printed label to spine. Grey beginning to brown. Internal hinges just beginning to crack. Otherwise in fine condition. Unpaginated text in Greek, colophon in Latin. Limited edition of 615, of which numbers 301 to 340 were numbered - this is no 330. Printed on Zanders hand-made paper by Edward Shwartz at the Bremer Press and published by Leo S. Olschki. Three items loosely inserted: 1 - four page prospectus by Bremer Press and Olschki, in English, folio size, on hand-made paper; 2 - four-page prospectus on ordinary paper, octavo size, in Italian; 3 - TLS from Leo S. Olschki at Florence, on the publisher's note-paper.

Quinti Horati Flacci (1910; Limited and Numbered Edition), “Opera Omnia” (London: Philip H. Lee Warner) £85.00 £76.50
1/4 cream cloth over grey paper-covered boards, labels to spine and front. Boards very slightly soiled. Pp 290 + index and colophon. Number 852 0f 1,000 copies. Edited by E.C. Wickham. Printed for the Medici Society.

P. Ovidii Nasonis [Ovid] (1930; Limited and Numbered Edition), “Amores” (Verona: Editiones Officinae Bodoni) £2800.00 £2760.00
Cream linen hardback, in matching slip-case. S/c lightly soiled/foxed along egdes, but still in very good condition. Book in fine condition. Gilt title to spine and front board; TEG, other edges uncut; red silk head & tail bands. Number 25 of a limited paper edition of 120 (3 copies were printed on vellum). Hand-made paper, with Bodoni's anchor water mark. Printed in Arrighi-Vicenza type: initial letters hand done in red by Bonacini. Pagination: fep + 4 ff blanks; [10 pp - titles and dedications]; 11 to 134 [text]; [6 pp - indexes + colophon page]; 4ff blank, rep . Title page reads: “P. Ovidii Nasonis - Amores (in red) - Qui fuerant quinque libelli Sunt Tres - Veronae - Typis Vicentinis”. Colophon page reads: “Haec P. Ovidii poemata in prelo maxima cum cura typis Vicentinis impressa sunt. Veneunt in chartis 120 exemplaria et 3 in membranis, anno 1930. Officina Bodoni Verona”. The date is quite clear and unmistakeable.

Titi Petronii (1797), “Titi Petronii Arbitri Satyricon Ex Optimis Exemplaribus Emendatum [2 Volumes in one]” (Paris:Renouard) £300.00 £270.00
Full olive-green morocco by Morley of Oxford; five raised bands, gilt to spine; gilt vine leaves in each corner, front and back; gilt double ruled panels front and back; front panel has gilt tiles; gilt ruled edges and inner squares; top edge gilt. Spine, and edges, faded to brown. Very good to fine condition. Marbled ep's. Pp 243 (part 1); 188 (part 2); 28 (publisher's catalogue). Parisiis Apud Ant. Aug. Renouard M.DCC.XCVII. Front paste-down bears the bookplate of Michael Maclagan, Trinity College Oxford.

Plautus (1522), “Ex Plauti Comoediis XX Quarum Carmina Magna Ex Parte in Mensum Suum Restituta Sunt MDXXI” (Venice: Aldus) £1,800.00 £1760.00
Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani Soceri, mense Iulio M.D.XXII. Bound in red morocco, gilt ruled around borders, along edges and around inner square; five raised bands, each panel decorated in gilt, with leather title label. Spine slightly faded, boards slighlty scuffed. Marbled ep's: block edges with matching marbling, which has been overlaid in gilt - i.e. AEG. Title page, with Aldus' Anchor logo, + 5 ff index, 8 ff prelims, 284ff text, + colophon. Internally in fine condition.

Catullus Tibullus Propertius (1885), “Catulli Tibulli Propertii Carmina a Mauricio Hauptio Recognita” £120.00 £108.00
Apud S. Hirzelium, Lipsiae, 1885. Full olive- green morocco binding by Riviere, five raised bands, gilt to spine; gilt ruled around edges and inner square. TEG. Spine slightly faded, corners a little worn, hinges just beginning to crack. Pp 372. Marbled ep's. Front paste-down bears the bookplate of Michael Maclagan of Trinity College Oxford; hand-written to verso of fep: E.A.Maclagan, Chernock House, Winchester, December 1897.

Catullus Tibullus Propertius (1911; Limited & Numbered Edition), “Catulli Tibulli Properti Carmina Quae Extant Omnia” (London: Philip H. Lee Warner) £85.00 £76.50
Cream cloth spine over grey paper-covered boards, labels to spine and front. Slight darkening around edges. Internally fine condition. Pp 318 + colophon. Printed in black, with some blue initial lettering. Edited by Robinson Ellis, John P. Postgate and John G. Phillimore. Number 196 of 1,000 copies. Printed for the Medici Society.

Comedy/ Satire

“Abraham Johnson” (1930; Limited Edition), “Lucina sine Concubitu” (Reading: Golden Cockerel Press) £40.00 £36.00
1/4 vellum, gilt to spine, over decorated paper-covered boards. Pp 41. 3 full page copper engravings. Printed by Robert and Moira Gibbings. Number 75 of a limited edition of 500. Copy no 134 also available, in similar condition.

Foreign Language Titles

Holger Drachmann (1898; First Edition), “Ungdomsdigte” (København: Gyldendalske Boghandels) £9.50 £8.55
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Olive green cloth / burgundy, white and gilt to front board and spine. Bevelled edges to both boards. Some minor shelfwear to edges and bumps to corners, otherwise clean and bright. Cream endpapers. Small tears to front endpaper at hinge. Previous owner's inscription to ffep. No other markings or inscriptions to interior, apart from some minor moments of foxing. Pp iii, 392. Text is in Danish language.

Hugo Von Hofmannsthal (1930: Limited and Numbered Edition), “Fragment Eines Romans Von Hugo Von Hofmannsthal” (Privately Published) £60.00 £54.00
Plain cardboard covers in slate-blue, folded and glued, paper d/w. “H.v. H.” in gilt to front . D/w has slight wear to corners and head and tail of spine ; 70mm repaired tear to front lower right-hand corner of d/w ; occasional foxing. Internally very good condition. Pp 76 + colophon page. Rough-cut page edges. German text. Limited edition reprint, commissioned by Martin Bodmer, from his magazine “Corona” in 1930: copy #38 of 65.

General Fiction/ Short Stories

Jorge Amado (1980; First Paperback Edition), “The Two Deaths of Quincas Wateryell: a Tall Tale” (New York: Avon Books) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Top 1” of upper hinge repaired, page edges browned, otherwise very good condition. Pp 97, [+ 6pp ads]. English text, translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. Illustrated in b&w.

Patricia Burns (1992; First Edition), “Trinidad Street” (London: Century) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w light shelf-wear only: block edges slightly browned. Pp 444. Signed and dedicated on fep by author; loosely inserted is an ALS to “Chris” (Searle).

Mildred Cable, with Francesca French (1944; Second Edition), “The Red Lama” (London: The Paternoster Press) £15.00 £13.50
Coloured pictorial wraps. Spine 1cm loss to head; tail cracked lower 2cm. Flaps repaired. Internally very good. Pp 41.

V. G. Calderon (1938; Limited and Numbered Edition), “The White Llama: Being La Venganza Del Condor” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £180.00 £162.00
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 niger on cream buckram; gilt titles and Cockerel logo to spine. Small raised patch to front buckram, otherwise fine condition. TEG,, others untrimmed. Hand-made paper, binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Limited edition, no 7 of 75. Pp 123 + colophon. Translated into English by Richard Phibbs; engraved illustrations by Clifford Webb.

John Collier (1932; Limited, Numbered and Signed First Edition), “Green Thoughts” (London: William Jackson / Joiner & Steele) £50.00 £45.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w is glassine with paper flaps, reinforced down folds. Book in brown buckram, gilt to spine and front, by Parkers of Oxford, in fine condition. Pp 56. TEG. Frontis and tail piece illustrations by Edward Wolfe; foreword by Osbert Sitwell. Number 12 of the Furnival Books. Title page says published by William Jackson, but errata slip states it was actually published by Joiner & Steele, but retaining the original name for typographical uniformity. Printed at the Chiswick Press. Signed and numbered by the author; #36 of an edition of 550, of which only 500 were for sale.

Dennis Cooper (2004; Limited, Numbered and Signed First Edition), “The Sluts” (New York: Void Books) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Book 1/4 grey cloth with black boards and pink design. Pp 296. SIGNED by author and illustrator on htp. No 296, of a limited edition of 550.

John Cowper Powys (1973, Reprint), “Atlantis” (Bath: Cedric Chivers) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in very good condition. Pp 462. Reprint by the Library Association.

Daniel Defoe (1972; Reprint), “Memoirs of a Cavalier” (London: Oxford University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly faded down spine, slightly worn along top edge. Book very good condition: faint library stamp and traces of label to fep, stamp to copyright page. Pp xxii, 318.

Henry Fielding (1932; Limited & Numbered Edition), “The Life of Mr. Jonathan Wild the Great” (Waltham Saint Lawrence, Berkshire: Golden Cockerel Press) £80.00 £72.00
Cream buckram with gold tooled cockerel to front, and red/gilt leather label to spine. Spine darkened, label slightly scuffed; boards foxed. TEG. Internally in fine condition. Pp viii, 278 + colophon. Printed by Robert and Moira Gibbings at the Golden Cockerel Press. With seven etchings on copper by Denis Tegetmeier. No 63 of a limited edition of 350.

John Galsworthy (1933), “Over the River” (London: William Heinemann Ltd) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Pp 322. Largely uncut. No.217 of an edition of 375. Half-Vellum/ gilt. Boards are dark green bevelled, with gilt flower motif to front board. Some discolouration to top corners of both boards.

George Gissing (1977; First Thus), “The Emancipated” (Hassocks, Sussex: The Harvester Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w have light shelf-wear only. Dark blue cloth, with gilt to front , and pink/gilt to spine. Top edge foxed. Pp xxiv, viii, 469. Edited by Pierre Coustillas.

Asti Hustvedt (1998; First Edition), “The Decadent Reader: Fiction Fantasy and Perversion from Fin-de-Siecle France” (New York: Zone Books) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, in d/w. Translucent d/w, with black titles to front and spine, in fine condition. Book in pictorial French card wraps, also in fine condition. Black ep's. Internally fine condition. English language. Pp 1088.

Kenneth Laing (1927; First Edition), “The House of Darkness” (London: The Diamond Press) £8.50 £7.65
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Two-coloured cloth. Grey cloth boards/ orange cloth spine. Black lettering. Covers are good with light shelfwear. Spine is creased and cockled with repaired one-inch tear to rear hinge. Spine lettering faded. Head and tail of spine bumped. Pp 320. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Very light foxing throughout. The fourth volume published for the Savoy Library.

Mrs. Amanda M'kittrick Ros (1926; Limited & Numbered Edition), “Irene Iddesleigh” (London: Nonesuch) £50.00 £45.00
Hardback, no d/w. 1/2 morocco, spine missing, corners worn, marbled boards. Internally very good to fine condition. No 1070 of a limited edition of 1250. Illustrated with 3 wood engravings by W.M.R. Quick. Front paste-down bears the bookplate of Michael Maclagan, Trinity College, Oxford.

Carl MacDougall (1996; First Edition), “The Casanova Papers” (London: Secker & Warburg) £6.00 £5.40
Hardback in protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete and in perfect condition. The book would be in fine condition were it not for the fact that the pages are going slightly yellowy. Pp 341.

Juan Munoz / Louise Neri [ed] (1996; First thus), “Silence Please!” (Scalo) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 175. Stories after the works of Juan Munoz by John Berger, William Forsythe, Dave Hickey, Patrick McCabe, Alexandre Melo, Vik Muniz, Quico Rivas, Luc Sante, Adrian Searle, Lynne Tillman and Marina Warner.

Lucille Papin Borden (1937; First Edition), “Starforth” (New York: Macmillan) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in protected d/w. Two-tone blue & silver dustwrapper heavily repaired & restored; price-clipped. Book: blue buckram, with silver titles to spine and front board, bumped to head and tail of spine, otherwise fine condition, with only light shelf-wear to lower edge. Pp xii, 488. With handwritten dedication, signed and dated ( 1937 ) by the author on fep.

Robert Louis Stevenson (1913; First thus), “The Sire De Maletroit's Door” (London: Chatto and Windus) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no d/w. Brown paper covered boards, with title, inside a decorated border, stamped to front. Very light wear to edges. Name and date neatly written on fep, otherwise internally in fine condition. Pp 53. Title page printed in red & black. Rough-cut edges; hand-made paper, printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co, Edinburgh. Scarce.

Hermann Sudermann (1923), “Der Katzensteg” (Stuttgart: Cottasche Buchhandlung Nachfolger) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. Spine and corners olive-green leather, five raised bands, maroon leather label to spine, marbled paper-covered boards. Slight edge-wear, light scuffing, but very good condition. Previous owner's name to fep, otherwise internally in fine condition. Page edges slightly foxed, top edge yellow. No markings or inscriptions. P 272. German text.

Edward Thomas (1983; Reprint), “The Happy-Go-Lucky Morgans” (Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card covers, slightly rubbed down hinges, otherwise in fine condition. Pp xii, 167, [5]. Introduction by Glen Cavaliero.

Christopher Whitfield (1937; Limited, Numbered and Signed Edition), “Mr. Chambers and Persephone” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £110.00 £99.00
1/4 green morocco over yellow cloth covered boards; gilt to spine. Spine slightly faded; minor blemishes to cloth. Internally in fine condition. Frontis and 4 other full-page wood engravings by Dorothy Braby. No 4 of a limited edition of 150. Signed by the author on colophon page.

Oscar Wilde (Limited Edition), “The Portrait of Mr. W. H.” (Privately Printed) £150.00 £135.00
1/2 dark green cloth, gilt to spine, green marbled paper- covered boards. Light shelf-wear to upper and lower edges; lower cloth corners slightly bumped. Patterned ep's. Remains of unusual bookplate to front paste-down. Original blue limp card front cover bound in. Number 75 of a limited edition of 200. Pp 48. Dated on final page 1889, but believed to have been published 1904.

Charlotte M. Yonge (1864; Second Edition), “The Pigeon Pie” (London: J. and C. Mozley) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, no d/w. Purple cloth covered boards, slightly darkened; extremities rubbed, but still in very good condition. Pebbled cloth, blind-stamped design to front and rear, gilt title to front cover. Author not stated: “by the author of ' The Heir of Redcliffe' etc”. Second edition, 1864. Yellow ep's discoloured. Black & white wood-cut frontis. Pp 107. Hand-written dedication to verso of htp, dated December 23rd 1864.

Horror

Modern First Editions

Ernest Bramah (1941; First Separate Edition), “Kin Weng and the Miraculous Tusk” (Birmingham: City of Birmingham School of Printing) £30.00 £27.00
Decorated paper covered boards; spine bumped at head, horizontal tear 2” from tail; corners slightly bumped. Internally fine condition, with 6 full page b&w illustrations. Pp 46. From “Kai Lung Unrols His Mat”.

Nourma Handford (1958; First , Limited and Signed), “Fools of Time” (London: Robert Hale) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in protected d/w. Ex-lib. D/w has 1/8th” clipped along top edge, crease down front, with repaired tear and crease to rear panel, otherwise bright and crisp. Book has new front ep, lib. stamp to first page, lib. stamp and tape marks to rear ep. Edges dusty, but book perfectly sound. Pp 190. Scarce title.

Stanley Middleton (1973: First Edition), “A Man Made of Smoke” (London: Hutchinson & Co) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, in d/w. A Hutchinson “Midway Original”: bright red card covers, with pictorial d/w, published as a first edition simultaneously with the hard back edition. D/w has lost top 1/2”, otherwise in very good condition. Book has light shelf- wear only, but has a section which is becoming unglued, due to poor production. Pp 240.

Stanley Middleton (1993; First Edition), “Married Past Redemption” (London: Hutchinson & Co) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w : head and tail creased; front upper right-hand corner small repaired tear; not price-clipped. Book: head and tail of spine bumped; page edges lightly browned as usual; no markings or inscriptions. Pp 266.

John Mortimer (1985; First, Limited and Signed), “Paradise Postponed” (Middlesex: Viking/ Penguin) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly creased at head of spine, and is price-clipped, otherwise both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 374. Inscribed on tp: “With best wishes, John Mortimer”.

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1997: First Thus), “Valperga or the Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp xxvi, 454. Edited by Stuart Curran.

Poetry & Prose

Gabriele D'Annunzio (1906; 13th Edition), “In Memoriam Friedrich Nietzsche” (Leipzig: Insel Verlag) £80.00 £72.00
Hardback, no d/w. Black paper-covered boards, gilt title to front. Most of spine missing. Black ep's; front ep detached. Internally fine condition. Verse in German text translated by Otto Freiherr von Taube. Printed in red & black on hand-made paper. Unpaginated. Number 229 of a limited edition of 400. Dedicated, signed and dated by translator on ffep.

Anon: attributed to Nicholas Moore (1944; First Edition), “Thirty-five Anonymous Odes” (London: The Fortune Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Bound in brown, imitation leather, rexine, with faded gilt titles to spine. Bumped at head and tail of spine. Internally fine condition. Pp 32. nly pages 1 to 8 have been cut: the others are uncut/unread.

Reginald Arkell (1916; First Edition), “All The Rumours” (London: Duckworth & Co.) £15.00 £13.50
Card covers, no d/w. Black, brown, orange and white front cover. 1/2” diam. surface loss to top right , and bottom right hand edges. Covers only slightly grubby. Discrete previous owner's signature to inner front board. Internally very good. 48pp. WW1 humour.

Kathleen Baron [ed] (1998: First Edition), “Before I Go: Selected Poems By Stanley Baron 1905 – 1998” (Baron Family) £12.00 £10.80
Pale blue stapled wraps, with tiny tea stain to front, otherwise as new. Pp iv, 50, photo to rear. Illustrated by Stanley Baron's grand-daughter, Louise. Edited by his sister, Kathleen, and his daughters, Sheila and Angela. Inside front cover is a dedication by Kathleen, and loosely inserted is an ALS, also from her.

Mike Baynham (1971; First Edition, First Printing), “Twenty Poems More or Less” (M. J. Baynham) £65.00 £58.50
Stapled wraps, in near fine condition. Pp 18.

Alexander Blok (1982; First Thus), “The Twelve and the Scythians” (London: Journeyman Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 80. English text, translated by Jack Lindsay.

Deric Bolton (1973; First Edition), “The Wild Uncharted Country” (Walton-on-Thames: Outposts Publications) £20.00 £18.00
Stapled yellow card wraps, in almost fine condition. Pp 48. “Kind regards, Deric Bolton ” to title page.

Lee Breuer (1987; First Edition), “Sister Suzie Cinema: The Collected Poems and Performances, 1976 - 1986” (New York: Theatre Communications Group) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 148. Illustrated in b&w.

Robert Bridges (1929; First, Limited), “The Testament of Beauty: a Poem in Four Books” (Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press) £45.00 £40.50
Hardback, no d/w. Green buckram, gilt to spine, bevelled edges. Light shelf-wear. Pp 154. Small lib. stamp of Blackfriars, Oxford to fep and htp. Published October 24, 1929. No. 71, of a limited edition of 250. Printed by John Johnson at the University Press, Oxford.

T. G. S. Cain (editor) (1924; First Edition), “Jacobean and Caroline Poetry - An Anthology” (London: Methuen) £8.00 £72.00
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete with some very minor shelf wear to upper edge. Maroon cloth / gilt. Volume is in excellent condition, with no markings or inscriptions. Pp xvi, 334; with index. A smart volume, very attractive.

Charles Stuart Calverley & Hilda D. Spear (editor) (1974), “The English Poems of Charles Stuart Calverley” (Leicester: Leicester University Press) £6.50 £5.85
Softback. Some shelf wear to edges and corners, otherwise good. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 119; with index.

Thomas Carew (1969; Facsimile Reprint), “Poems 1640; Together with Poems from the Wyburd Manuscript” (Menston: Scolar Press) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, no d/w. Red cloth, gilt to spine and front board. Spine slightly faded; front very lightly scuffed. Internally fine condition. Pp 262, [2], + approx. 50pp appendix.

Paul Celan (1995; Reprint), “Poems of Paul Celan” (London: Anvil) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Pp 358. Translated and introduced by Michael Hamburger. Text in English and German.

Nurunnessa Choudhury (1984; First , Limited and Signed), “I See Cleopatra, and Other Poems” (London: Basement Publishing) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Spine slightly faded, page edges slightly foxed, otherwise as new. Pp 108. Illustrated throughout. Dual English/Bengali text. First edition of 2000 copies.

Brian Coffey [ed] (First Thus), ”[Irish] University Review, Volume III, Number 5” (Dublin: Graduates Association of the National University of Ireland) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Spine and card covers darkened slightly, otherwise very good condition. Internally fine. Undated [1964]. Pp [16], 132, [10]: these include ads, introduction and notes. Special edition of the review of “The Complete Poems of Denis Devlin”.

Duff Cooper (1949; Limited & Numbered Edition), “Translations and Verses” (London: Dropmore Press) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, no d/w. Red buckram, gilt to spine. Spine faded, boards somewhat mottled; “DC” blind stamped in a circle to front board; Dropmore Press logo to rear board. Pp vi, 61 + colophon. Number 408 of 600 copies. Hardback, no d/w. Red buckram, gilt to spine. Spine faded, boards somewhat mottled; “DC” blind stamped in a circle to front board; Dropmore Press logo to rear board. Pp vi, 61 + colophon. Number 408 of 600 copies.

“Corridors: Stories from Inner City Detroit” (1989; First Edition) (Detriot, MI: The Dewey Center Community Writing Project) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp [5], 146.

Enrico Crispolti (1961; First Edition), “Il Secondo Futurismo - Torino 1923-1938” (Torino: Edizioni d'Arte Fratelli Pozzo) £95.00 £85.50
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Red cloth / gilt. Boards and spine are in excellent condition. Library code gilt-stamped to lower part of spine. New end-papers. No library markings or stamps to interior. Pp 335; with thirty-four colour plates, ninety-six b&w illustrations; with index. All text is in Italian. Please contact seller for postage and packaging rates, as this is a heavy item.

Mahmoud Darwish (1973; First Edition), “Selected Poems” (Cheadle: Carcanet Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has a few chips and repaired tears; faded down spine. Book in fine condition. Pp 88. English text, introduced and translated by Ian Wedde and Fawwaz Tuqan.

Jan Dover (1918: Limited, Numbered, First Edition), “Disjecta Poemes” (Nice: L'imprimerie Nouvelle) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Blue paper wraps, with black titles to front. All edges worn with some loss; spine cracked with some loss. Internally in almost fine condition. Pp 156 + colophon on hand-made Johannot paper. Number 56, of 125 copies. French text. Fep inscribed: “A Madame A.A. Vlasto - hommage respecteaux de son vieux Brigadier”.

Cliff Forshaw (1995; First Edition), “The Dade County Book of the Dead” (Fareham, Hants: The National Poetry Foundation) £10.00 £9.00
Pictorial card wraps, in almost fine condition. Pp 40. Inscribed and signed by the author on the title page.

Cliff Forshaw (1994; First Edition), “Strange Tongues: Poems and Translations” (London: Weasel Productions) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled blue card wraps, in fine condition. Black ep's. Internally fine condition. Pp 56. Inscribed and signed by author on htp.

Brian Foster [ed] (1977; First Edition), “The Anglo-Norman Alexander by Thomas of Kent; Volume II - Introduction, Notes and Glossary” (London: Anglo-Norman Text Society from Westfield College) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. Green boards, slightly faded down spine, gilt titles. Pp 161. Anglo-Norman Text Society Nos. XXXII - XXXIII (for 1974 - 75).

Duncan Glen [ed] (1970; First, Limited and Signed), “The Akros Anthology of Scottish Poetry” (Preston: AKros) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Grey card covers, red lettering to front and spine. Spine slightly faded, with small repair to tail. Internally fine condition, with no markings or inscriptions. Pp 89 [7].

John Goodby (1986; First Edition), “Before the Flood” (Hebden Bridge: Littlewood Press) £15.00 £13.50
Stapled pictorial card wraps. P 24. Cragg Poets #11.

Thomas Gray (1946; Limited Edition), “Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £60.00 £54.00
1/4 green cloth, gilt to spine, decorated paper-covered boards. Pp 20, [1]. Foreword by Christopher Sandford and 8 engravings by Gwenda Morgan. Number140 of a limited edition of 750.

John Hadfield [ed] (1950: Limited & Numbered Edition), “Restoration Love Songs” (Herts: Cupid Press) £50.00 £45.00
Blue cloth spine, with leather label, marbled boards, in very good condition. Pp 153. No 452 of a limited edition of 660.

Ian Hamilton [ed] (1963; First |Edition), “The Review No. 5: February 1963” (Oxford: Nexus) £15.00 £13.50
Stapled card wraps, slightly foxed. Pp 52. A bi-monthly magazine of poetry and criticism. Philip Larkin, Roy Fuller, A. Alvarez, et al.

Ian Hamilton [ed] (1963; First Edition), “The Review No. 9: October 1963” (Oxford: Nexus) £15.00 £13.50
Stapled card wraps, slightly edge-worn, creased across front lower right-hand corner. Pp 64.A magazine of poetry and criticism. Includes A. Alvarez on Sylvia Plath.

Ian Hamilton and Susil Pieris [eds] (1959; First Edition), “Tomorrow; Number One: June - July 1959” (Keble College, Oxford: Ian Hamilton and Susil Pieris) £15.00 £13.50
Stapled card wraps, slightly edge-worn. Pp 28. Poems by Roy Fuller, Roger McGough, Michael Horovitz, (with correction and drawing on page), et al.

Ian Hamilton and Susil Pieris [eds] (1959; First Edition), “Tomorrow; Number Two: October - November 1959” (Keble College, Oxford: Ian Hamilton and Susil Pieris) £15.00 £13.50
Stapled card wraps, very light shelf-wear. Pp 28. Poems by D.J. Enright, Michael Horovitz, Elizabeth Jennings, et al.

Suheir Hammad (1996; Reprint), “Born Palestinian, Born Black” (New York: Harlem River Press) £50.00 £45.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book has the lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp xi, 97, [3].

David Hart (1991; First Edition), “Crag Inspector” (Hereford: Five Seasons Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp 64. A poem of Bardsey Island.

Hamish Henderson (1948; First Edition), “Elegies for the Dead in Cyrenaica” (London: John Lehmann) £50.00 £45.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w small repaired tears to top edge, darkened spine, otherwise very good condition, designed by B. Biro. Book has very light shelf-wear to head & tail of spine, otherwise fine condition: royal blue with black & gilt to spine. Internally in fine condition. Pp 61.

Norman Hidden and Michael Johnson [eds] (1968; First Edition), “Workshop - Three; Summer 1968” (London: Workshop Press) £12.00 £10.80
Orange stapled card warps, in almost fine condition. Pp 32. Guest editor Jon Stallworthy.

David Hope (Limited, Numbered and Signed First Edition), “Winds of Sennen” (Sennen Cove: Self-published) £20.00 £18.00
Pale blue card wraps, yapp edges; 32 stitched pages. Yapp edges are crushed as usual. Covers slightly dirty. Internally in very good condition. Book undated. Inscription to htp dated 1937. Local edition limited to 300 copies, of which this is number 161. Signed by author. 12 poems, with verse to recto, illustrations to verso. Printed by Saundry, Penzance.

A.E. Housman (1906; Special Edition), “A Shropshire Lad ” (London: E. Grant Richards) £40.00 £36.00
Bound in vellum, gilt to spine and front. TEG. Spine darkened, boards slightly discoloured. Pp vii, 96. Printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co.

Alan Ives [ed] (1974), “Garland, Volume 3” (London: Garland/Parkhouse Convention) £5.00 £4.50
Stapled, pictorial paper wraps. Water damage to lower fold, hardly affecting the text. Pp 16. Published October 1974. Words and music of modern folk songs by: Sandra Kerr, Ron Elliott, Bill Feeley, Sam Richards, Jack Warshaw.

John Keats (1898; Limited Edition), “The Poems of John Keats (2 Volume set)” (London: Hacon & Ricketts) £1000.00 £960.00
Both matching volumes bound in full olive-green morocco; gitl titles and date to spine; five very prominent raised bands; bindings by Morley of Oxford. All board edges gilt ruled, with gilt ruling and decorations to inner leather square. Pink/brown marbled ep's. Red/yellow head and tail bands. Top edge gilt. Both volumes 173 pages + colophon. Hand-made paper. Silk marker ribbons. Title pages illustrated by Ricketts. Edition limited to 217 copies. Altogether an exquisite set.

Sandra Kerr [ed] (1973; First Edition), “Garland, Volume 1” (London: Garland/Parkhouse Convention) £6.00 £5.40
Illustrated pink, stapled card wraps, almost fine condition. Unpaginated [12 pp]. Words & music of modern folk songs by: John Pole, John Wrench, Tom Cobley, Sandra Kerr, Walter Greaves, Don Perrygrove, Colin Meadows, Jack Warshaw, Jim O'Connor, Mike Turner.

David Kessel (1989; First Edition), “The Ivy: Collected Poems 1970-89” (Limehouse, London: Self-published) £20.00 £18.00
Stapled card wraps, in fine condition. Pp 60. Published to help the Nicaragua Health Fund. Edited by Arthur Clegg. Signed, dated and dedicated by the author on tp and verso of front cover. Loosely inserted are the following: 1 - two additional type-written poems by Kessel, dated 1990; 2 - two type-written poems (signed) by Clegg; 3 - ALS by Clegg to Chris (Searle).

T. T. Kilbucho (1961; First Edition), “A Shepherd's Years” (Glasgow: William MacLellan) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete. Some shelf griminess, but no wear. Green cloth / gilt. Some mottling to rear board and spine, otherwise a fine copy. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 52. An attractive volume.

Philip Lamantia (1962), “Destroyed Works: Hypodermic Light, Mantic Notebook, Still Poems, Spansule” (San Francisco, CA: Auerhahn) £40.00 £36.00
Pictorial card wraps, in near fine condition. Unpaginated. 1 of 125 copies

Edward Lear (1872; Fourth Thousand), “Nonsense Songs, Stories, Botany, and Alphabets” (London: Robert John Bush) £125.00 £112.50
Hardback, no d/w. Newly rebound in brown cloth, with gilt title to spine. Occasional light creases and fingermarks; 1/4” tear to “Daddy Long Legs”; repaired tear to “Four Little Children”; 4 repaired pages of the Alphabet; small tear and repaired cracked spine to “Pollybirdia Singularis”. Includes “Nonsense Cookery”. Title page states “1872 (Fourth Thousand)”.

Edward Lowbury (1993; First Edition), “Collected Poems” (Frome / Salzburg: University of Salzburg / Hippopotamus Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp xlvi, 298. Introduction by John Press.

Paul Merchant (2006; First , Limited and Signed), “Some Business of Affinity” (Hereford: Five Seasons Press) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 272.

John Milton (1924; Limited Edition), “Paradise Regained” (London: The Fleuron) £35.00 £31.50
1/4 black cloth, grey-green paper covered boards, gilt to spine. Head and tail of spine slightly worn, 3 small pale marks to front board. Pp 80. Hand-made paper. Decorated with head and tail piece vignettes, 3 full page wood engravings and 3 other copies in envelope/pocket to rear. Number 316 of a limited edition of 350.

Andrew Motion (1972; First Edition), “Goodnestone: a Sequence” (London: Workshop Press) £40.00 £36.00
Stapled card wraps: faint yellowing down spine; no rusting of staples; almost fine condition. Motion's first published poems, while still an undergraduate. Pp 20. 18 untitled poems. Cover drawing by Julian Plumptre. SBN 902705121. Workshop Poets no 7, edited by Norman Hidden.

Philip Nikolayev (2003; Facsimile Reprint), “Monkey Time” (Amherst, MA: Verse Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Top of front cover slightly pulled, otherwise in fine condition. Pp 99. Inscribed on tp: “For David Kennedy with transatlantic cheer - Philip Nikolayev July 3 2003.”

W. O. E. Oesterley [ed] (1937; Limited and numbered), “Roses of Sharon: Poems Chosen from the Flower of Ancient Hebrew Literature” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £200.00 £180.00
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 green morocco, maroon cloth, gilt to spine ; bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Spine faded, otherwise in fine condition. TEG, others uncut. Pp 60. Number 34 of a limited edition of 125. Printed in Perpetua type on F.J. Head's hand-made paper by Christopher & Anthony Sandford and Owen Rutter. Illustrated with 12 wood-engravings by Mary Groom.

Eric Partridge [ed] (1927; Limited Edition), “The Three Wartons: A Choice of their Verse” (London: The Scholartis Press) £40.00 £36.00
1/4 vellum, gilt to spine, over marbled paper-covered boards. TEG. Spine slightly discoloured. Pp 192. Of this edition 150 copies have been printed on Batchelor hand-made paper by the Oxford UniversityPress: this is no. 15. Signed by Eric Partridge.

Brian Patten (1984; Reprint), “Love Poems” (London: Unwin Paperbacks) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Creased down spine, light shelf-wear. Pp 96. SIGNED by author on fep.

Robert M. Pollet (1991; First Edition), “Poetical Works 1945 – 1985” (Nancy: Presses Universitaires de Nancy) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Cream card covers slightly faded down spine. Light shelf-wear, spine creased. Pp 263. Edited by Michel Remy in collaboration with Maurice Pollet. English text. Press office copy, with publisher's complimentary slip loosely inserted.

Mike Quin (1948; Proof Copy), “ On the Drumhead: a Selection from the Writing of Mike Quin: a Memorial Volume” (San Francisco: The Daily People's World & the Mike Quin Memorial Fund to Aid Young Writers and Artists) £12.00 £10.80
Slightly grubby proof copy, no proper spine ; printed front cover, hand-written title to spine. Pp xliv, 341.

Peter Redgrove (1990; First Edition), “Dressed as for a Tarot Pack” (Exeter: Taxus) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 56.

Jacqueline Risset (1971; First Edition), “Jeu” (Paris: Editions Du Seuil) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Spine slightly browned, light shelf-wear. Pp 158. Collection “Tel Quel”.

Pierre de Rosnard (1902; Limited), “Choix de Sonnets” (London: Eragny Press) £500.00 £460.00
One quarter grey paper over dark green, patterned, paper-covered boards; gilt to front. Head and tail of spine bumped, spine very slightly darkened. Pp 79 + 8 [index] + 2 colophon. Pages uncut. One of 226 copies, of which 200 were for sale. The frontis was designed and wood-engraved by Lucien Pissarro; borders and decorated letters were designed by Lucien and wood-engraved by Esther Pissarro; the book was printed in July 1902 on their Eragny Press; sold by Hacon & Ricketts.

Alan Ross [ed] (1968; First Edition), “London Magazine: July 1968; Vol 8, No 4 (London: London Magazine) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Almost fine condition. Pp 112. Articles on Neruda, Gorky, Kubrick, the Beats, Tolstoy, Hardy, Beckett, Pinter, Jarry, et al.

Alan Ross [ed] (1968; First Edition), “London Magazine; December 1968; Vol 8, No 9” (London: London Magazine) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Head of spine slightly rubbed, otherwise almost fine condition. Pp 120. Illustrations by David Hockney, et al.

Alan Ross [ed] (1969; First Edition), “London Magazine; May, 1969; Vol 8, No 14” (London: London Magazine) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp 112.

Alan Ross [ed] (1970; First Edition), “London Magazine; January 1970; Vol 9, No 10” (London: London Magazine) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp 120. Articles and poems by Philip Larkin, Roy Fuller, Julian Symons, W.H. Auden, amongst others. Drawings by Lucian Freud.

Alan Ross [ed] (1985; First Edition), “London Magazine; August/September 1985; Vol 25, Nos 5 & 6” (London: London Magazine) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Lightly shelf-worn. Pp 160.

Elizabeth Sandie (2009; First Edition), “Acts of Resistance: The Poetry of U.A. Fanthorpe” (Calstock: Peterloo Poets) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp 186. SIGNED by author on title page. Two items loosely inserted: 1 - prospectus for “Acts of Resistance”; 2 - prospectus for “Collected Poems of U.A. Fanthorpe”, with Elizabeth Sandie's signature and contact details.

Walter Savage Landor (1948; First Edition), “The Sculptured Garland: a Selection from the Lyrical Poems of Walter Savage Landor” (London: Dropmore Press) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, in dustwrapper and slipcase. Bound in half brown morocco, cream cloth covered boards, with gilt titles to spine and gilt emblem to front; cloth beginning to lift down side of morocco. D/w darkened by the leather, and down spine. Cardboard slipcase, worn at corners, has label with title and copy number. Pp 54 + colophon, printed on hand-made paper, are uncut - i.e. unread. Wood engravings by MacNab, selection arranged by Richard Buxton. No 41 of a limited edition of 300; [s/c states no. 40].

Peter Scupham (1972; First , Limited and Signed), “The Small Containers” (Manchester: Phoenix Pamphlet Poets) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled card covers, very lightly foxed around edges, otherwise fine condition. Pp 26, [2]. Number 16 in the series.

Percy Bysshe Shelley (1901), “The Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley [3 Volume set]” (London) £250.00 £225.00
Cream buckram bindings, slightly marked and darkened down the spine. Pp ccx, clxxviii, clxxxviii. Decorated throughout by Charles Ricketts, under whose supervision the book has been printed at the Ballantyne Press. Sold by Hacon & Ricketts, The Vale Press, 1901 - 2. Limited edition of 300. Uncut pages.

Betty Shortt (1969; First Edition), “Beginnings (a Progression of Poems)” (London: Medusa Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Pale blue cloth, gilt to spine. Spine slightly darkened ; light staining to rear board. Pp 46 [2]. Frontis portrait of author. Edited by Vidya Sagar Anand. Loosely inserted is a one page ALS to “Chris” [Searle] from “Betty”.

Rev. Walter W. Skeat (1888), “Chaucer - the Minor Poems” (Oxford: Clarendon Press) £8.00 £7.20
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Olive green cloth / gilt. Bevelled edges to boards. Top edge gilt. Decorative end-papers. Some wear to head and foot of spine. Corners bumped. Some pencil marks to interior. Pp lxxxvi, 462, 8; with indices.

John Sparrow (1943; Limited First Edition), “Lapidaria” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £180.00 £162.00
Full brown leather, 4 raised bands, gilt titles and ruled panels; gilt ruled boards, front and back. Marbled ep's, gilt ruled around paste-downs. Binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Prelims foxed, otherwise internally in fine condition. Limited edition of 100. Included is an ALS from the author to Michael Maclagen, and a proof copy of the colophon.

Anne Stevenson (1984; Limited, Numbered and Signed First Edition), “Black Grate Poems” (Oxford Polytechnic: Inky Parrot Press) £20.00 £18.00
Soft cover, in French wraps. Pictorial d/w stretched along top edge. Book in fine condition. Pp 32; plus several full-page illustrations, other than those in the text. SIGNED by both author and illustrator; copy #323 of a limited edition of 360.

“Struggles and Celebration: Voices from the City” (1990; First edition) (Detroit, MI: The Northern High School Community Writing Project) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp [6], 143.

Seumas O'Sullivan (1905; First Edition), “The Twilight People” (Dublin: Whaley & Co.) £10.00
Softback. Sunning to spine and rear edges. Light creases to covers. Top half-inch of spine worn away. Pencilled inscription to f.e.p. Pp 50. Contains eighteen poems. Very rare.

Algernon Charles Swinburne (1944; Limited and Numbered Edition), “Hymn to Proserpine” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £350.00 £315.00
Hardback, no d/w. Maroon cloth, leather/gilt label to spine. Spine slightly faded, otherwise in fine condition. Pp 10 + colophon. Illustrated with woodcuts by John Buckland-Wright. No 123 of a limited edition of 350. Colophon reads : “Printed by Christopher Sandford and Owen Rutter at the Golden Cockerel Press, London, in Caslon Old Face type on our special Tree and Serpent watermarked hand-made paper, and finished on the 10th day of January, 1944. The poem is printed by permission of Messrs. Heinemann. The edition is limited to 350 copies: Nos: 1-50 contain 1 extra engraving and are specially bound. No: 123.”

Algernon Charles Swinburne (1948; Limited Edition), “Laus Veneriis” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £85.00 £76.50
1/4 Maroon buckram, patterned paper- covered boards. Pp 28,[1]. Almost fine condition, with the slightest of fading to spine. Designed and produced by Christopher Sandford. Number 722 of a limited edition of 750.

J.M. Synge (1961; Limited and numbered), “Translations, Edited from the Original Manuscripts by Robin Skelton” (Dublin: Dolmen Press) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in d/w and slip-case. Slate-grey s/c with paper labels to front and spine, browned down spine, otherwise in fine condition; clear protective d/w chipped and slightly torn along top edge; book, in fine condition, bound in 1/4 imitation vellum, gilt to spine, slate-grey paper-covered boards with JMS monogram in gilt to front. TEG. Pp vii, 24. Printed in Centaur type at the Dolmen Press, Dublin, mainly in black, with first lines in red and occasional light blue. Copy number 368, of a limited edition of 750.

Santoka Taneda (1991; First Edition, Fourth Printing), “Mountain Tasting: Zen Haiku” (New York: Weatherhill) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. French card wraps, in fine condition. Pp 126. Translated and introduced by John Stevens.

Marion Thain (2007; First Edition), “”Michael Field” Poetry, Aestheticism” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has small repaired tears to corners and head and tail of spine. Book: first few pages cockled, otherwise almost fine condition. Pp ix, 270, [6].

C. A. Trypanis (1967; Limited, Signed and Numbered Edition), “The Elegies of a Glass Adonis” (New York: Chilmark Press) £55.00 £49.50
Hardback, in original glassine d/w. Small loss to head of d/w. Book in fine condition. Grey paper-covered boards, gilt title and decorations to spine. Pp 31. This is the second of the Clover Hill Editions of the Chilmark Press, and is no. 398, of an edition of 450. SIGNED and numbered by the author on the copyright page. With a typographical note by Will Carter. Designed and printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, Cambridge on paper mould-made by T.H. Saunders at Wookey Hole, Somerset and bound by Mansell, London, 1967.

Emile Verhaeren (1896; Limited, Numbered and Signed Edition), “1883 - 1896; Pour Les Amis Du Poete” £350.00 £315.00
Full leather binding, beautifully crafted by Morley of Oxford: midnight blue leather, five raised bands, gilt to spine, gilt ruled borders, gilt decorated board edges, gilt ruled around inner square; bat, in flight, in black with gilt ruled outline on front board. Outer hinges slightly scuffed. Internally in fine condition. AEG. blue ribbon place marker. Tissue-guarded frontis portrait of author; vignette to tp, and others throughout. Pp 44 [4]. Author's name in orange stamped to ffep#2; author's signature to fep#4. No. 511 of 525 copies, of which 150 were hors commerce. 12 poems, each one taken from a different work by Verhaeren. French text.

Emile Verhaeren (1895; First Edition), “Almanach: Cahier De Vers D'Emile Verhaeren Ornamente Par Theo Van Rysselberghe” (Brussells: Dietrich & Co) £450.00 £405.00
Hardback, no d/w. Original paper wraps bound in to hard cover. One of 250 copies printed in mauve and black, in fine condition. Binding in half vellum, gilt titles to front, gilt ruled borders to both front and back; dark green patterned paper-covered boards, in fine condition. Initials of previous owner (Maclagan family) to fep.

Emile Verhaeren (1900; First Edition), “Le Cloitre” (Brussells: Edmond Deman) £200.00 £180.00
Original paper wraps, inserted loosely into specially made hard binding. Binder grey/brown cloth, title to front, lacking tie ribbon, otherwise in fine condition. Book in brown card wraps, olive vignette to front and back Stitched binding a little shaky. Pp 117. French text. Signed and dedicated by the author on htp.

William Wordsworth (1902), “Poems from Wordsworth” (London: Ballantyne Press) £250.00 £225.00
Hardback, no d/w. Cream buckram, gitl to spine ; spine darkened. Internally fine condition. Pp 183 + colophon. Illustrated by 6 woodcuts by Thomas Sturge Moore. Colophon reads: “Here ends this edition of poems by William Wordsworth, chosen and edited by T. Sturge Moore & illustrated by woodcuts designed by T.S. Moore. Printed at the Ballantyne Press under the supervision of Charles Ricketts. Sold by Hacon & Ricketts, London, & by John Lane , New York.” Front paste-down bears the book-plate of Robert Hall, 1902: a beautifully engraved scene of Robert Hall's library, giving a clear view of Salisbury Cathedral through the window. Loosely inserted is an extra bookplate, approx 9cms x 8cms,: this is an ORIGINAL WOODCUT of “LEDA AND THE SWAN” by T.S. MOORE.

Filson Young (1907; Special Edition), “The Lover's Hours” (London: Grant Richards) £85.00 £66.50
1/4 dark red morocco, with gilt to front and spine, over grey paper-covered boards; the leather extends to 1/3 of the covers. Spine slightly darkened. TEG. Bound by Henderson & Bisset. Ep's in matching grey card. Pp: 6 blanks, htp, tp, 16, + colophon + 14 blanks. Printed on hand-made paper at the Chiswick Press. Hand-written on the third front blank leaf: “Eric from Filson, November 1907”.

Jonas Zdanys [ed] (1995; First Edition), “Four Poets of Lithuania” (Vilnius: Vaga) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no d/w. Laminated boards ; book in fine condition. Pp 299. Poems by Vytautas P. Bloze, Sigitas Geda, Nijole Miliauskaite, and Kornelijus Platelis. English text selected and translated by Jonas Zdanys.

Private Press & Limited Edition Books

Gustave Flaubert (1901; Limited Edition), “Un Coeur Simple” (Eragny Press) £500.00 £450.00
Grey paper-covered boards, label to front, cream cloth spine. Pp 114, [2]. Top edge dusty, slight foxing to prelims, otherwise near fine. Bookplate of Michael Maclagan, Trinity College, Oxford to front paste-down. From an edition of 226, of which 200 were for sale by Hacon & Ricketts, London.

Gustave Flaubert (1900; Limited Edition), “La Legende de Saint Julien L'Hospitalier” (Eragny Press) £500.00 £450.00
Grey paper-covered boards, cream cloth spine, label to front board. Pp 93, [2]. Top edge dusty, otherwise almost fine condition. Prelims lightly foxed. Front paste down bears bookplate of Michael Maclagan, Trinity College, Oxford. From an edition of 226, of which 200 were sold by Hacon & Ricketts, London.

A.E. Housman (1906; Special Edition), “A Shropshire Lad ” (London: E. Grant Richards) £40.00 £36.00
Bound in vellum, gilt to spine and front. TEG. Spine darkened, boards slightly discoloured. Pp vii, 96. Printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co.

“Abraham Johnson” (1930; Limited Edition), “Lucina sine Concubitu” (Reading: Golden Cockerel Press) £40.00 £36.00
1/4 vellum, gilt to spine, over decorated paper-covered boards. Pp 41. 3 full page copper engravings. Printed by Robert and Moira Gibbings. Number 75 of a limited edition of 500. Copy no 134 also available, in similar condition.

“Missale Romanum: Summa Revisum Diligentia Ac Novissime Impressum, Duas in Partes Distinctum ” (1564) (Venice: Giunta) £4500.00 £4050.00
1/4 leather, with oak boards. Binding c1970: 1/4 orange-brown, Nigerian goatskin, with 6 raised bands, gilt title to upper spine panel, date (1563 - incorrect) to lower panel; plain oak boards, bevelled edges, which only just meet edge of text block. Extended leather inner hinges; hand-sewn double head and tail bands. Ep's foxed, matching the pattern of the wood and leather.Torn double silk page markers. Slight evidence of old insect damage to top 1cm of front inner hinge; 2 small ancient insect holes to first 50 pages; 4 holes to margin of last 10 pages. Latin text, in double columns, printed in red and black at the workshop of the family of Lucas Antonius Giunta, Venice. Dated 1564 on title and colophon pages. Approx 26 pages of prelims: other pages are paginated, but to recto only, giving 222 leaves. With many wood-engraved illustrations, both full- and part-page, and decorated letters ; many pages of musical notation. Title page bears the printer's crest: fleur-de-lys + LA, in red; Venetius M.D. LXIIII. Final page bears the same crest, under which is stated “Venetiis impressum, in officina beredum Luceantonii Juncte. Anno Domini. M.D.LXIIII.

Eric Partridge [ed] (1927; Limited Edition), “The Three Wartons: A Choice of their Verse” (London: The Scholartis Press) £40.00 £36.00
1/4 vellum, gilt to spine, over marbled paper-covered boards. TEG. Spine slightly discoloured. Pp 192. Of this edition 150 copies have been printed on Batchelor hand-made paper by the Oxford University Press: this is no. 15. Signed by Eric Partridge.

Walter Pater (1900; Limited Edition), “The Child in the House: an imaginary portrait” (Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher) £15.00 £13.50
French card wraps, black to spine, red & black to front board. Spine worn. Boards slightly discoloured. Previous owner's name to fep. P 46. This is one of four hundred and twenty five copies of the book (ninth edition) which have been printed on Japan vellum.

“Recueil de la diversite des habits, qui sont de present en usage…..” (1927; Limited Edition) (Lyon: Editions de l'Antilope) £30.00 £27.00
Grey paper French wraps, darkened down spine. Reprint of the 1567 original. Limited edition of 150 copies. Internally fine condition. Unpaginated.

Joan Rutter [comp]. (1937; Limited Edition), “Here's Flowers: An Anthology of Flower Poems” (London: Golden Cockerel Press) £150.00 £135.00
1/4 blue morocco, gilt to spine; flower design paper-covered boards. TEG. Blue spine sunned to blue-green. Pp 198 [1]. Introduction by Walter de le Mare. Binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Printed and published by Christopher & Anthony Sandford and Owen Rutter in Perpetua type on hand-made paper. Number 77 of a limited edition of 200.

Feodor Sologub (1917; Limited Edition), “Little Tales” (Cleveland, Ohio: The Clerk's Private Press) £250.00 £225.00
Lilac card wraps with yapp edges : title to front. The lilac colour has faded; edges creased. Pp 28. Hand coloured initial letters to title page and beginning of story. Translated from the Russian by John Cournos. Signed and dedicated by Cournos on fep: “John Cournos to Eric Maclagan, Oct 2, 1917”. Volume Number II in the Russian Translations series. Number 34 in a limited edition of 40 printed on Tuscany hand made paper. Typography and presswork done by Charles Clinch Bubb, Clerk in Holy Orders at his private press in Cleveland, 24th July 1917.

Filson Young (1907; Special Edition), “The Lover's Hours” (London: Grant Richards) £85.00 £76.50
1/4 dark red morocco, with gilt to front and spine, over grey paper-covered boards; the leather extends to 1/3 of the covers. Spine slightly darkened. TEG. Bound by Henderson & Bisset. Ep's in matching grey card. P: 6 blanks, htp, tp, 16, + colophon + 14 blanks. Printed on hand-made paper at the Chiswick Press. Hand-written on the third front blank leaf: “Eric from Filson, November 1907”.

Science & Fantasy Fiction

Philip K. Dick (1988), “I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon” (Grafton Books) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Crease down spine, light shelf-wear to edges. Internally fine condition. Pp 220.

Steven Erikson (2008; Reprint), “Bauchelain and Korbal Broach: The Collected Stories Volume One” (Hornsea: PS Publishing) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, no d/w. Pictorial laminated boards. Book in fine condition. Pp x, 320. Introduction by James Barclay. Comprised of “Blood Follows”, “The Lees of Laughter's End”, and “The Healthy Dead”. Third printing, March 2008.

Theodore Sturgeon (1958; First Edition), “A Touch of Strange” (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. D/w designed by Joseph Mugnaini: price-clipped, grubby, chipped along edges, spine darkened, small loss to head of spine, 1 square inch loss to tail of spine. Book in yellow cloth, black titles to spine. Head and tail of spine bumped and bruised, lower corners slightly worn. Top edge coloured green. Internally in very good condition. Pp 262. First edition, first printing. Nine short stories, four of which were previously published in magazines.

Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (1964), “Cat's Cradle” (London: Science Fiction Book Club / Victor Gollancz) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. Book in very good to near fine condition. Orange cloth. No markings or inscriptions. D/w creased, rubbed along top and bottom edges, otherwise very good. Pp 231.

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