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HUXLEY, Aldous. Brave New World.
London : 1932First UK edition, signed limited issue, number 195 of 324 copies signed by the author and specially bound. The UK edition was split into signed and trade issues, published simultaneously on 2 February, following publication of the signed issue of the US edition on 21 January, and preceding the US trade issue on 4 February. With the original purchase... Learn More£5,500.00
Stock Code: 130597
HAYEK, Friedrich August von. Autograph note, signed, discussing his manuscripts, together with a card of Hayek's notes.
Freiburg : Hayek writes to explain, presumably in response to a request for a handwritten sample of his work: "Meine Manuskripte sind gegenwärtig alle in Großbuchstaben geschrieben und darum graphologisch uninterressant. Sie müssen sich darum wohl hiermit begnügen" - "My manuscripts are all currently written in capital letters, and therefore of no graphological... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 85068
HENTOFF, Nat. The First Freedom.
New York : 1980First edition. This copy inscribed to John Lewis of the Modern Jazz Quartet on the half-title; "For John, with great affection, Nat." In his liner notes for the MJQ Complete Prestige and Pablo Recordings, Hentoff described how, "The MJQ combined centuries of the blues with the knowledge of how careful form can make improvisation more meaningful - the... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 81919
HARDY, Thomas. The Mayor of Casterbridge.
London : 1886First edition in book form, presentation copy of volume I, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To the Hon. Mrs Jeune, from Thomas Hardy". Presentation copies are highly uncommon, with just two copies traced at auction. The recipient, Mary Jeune, later Baroness St Helier (1848-1931), was a prolific essayist (publishing around 50 periodical... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 119901
HUGHES, Ted. Remains of Elmet.
London : 1979First edition, first impression, presentation copy, inscribed by the author "For Janos with lots of love from Ted June 16th 1979" on the half-title. The recipient was Janos Csokits (19282011), a Hungarian poet and close friend of Hughes, who worked with him on the translation of fellow Hungarian poet, János Pilinszky. Csokits was introduced to Hughes... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 135038
HEANEY, Seamus, & others. Field Day Pamphlets.
Derry : 1983-8First editions, first impressions, of the full set of Field Day pamphlets, each signed by their respective authors, published by the theatre company credited with developing Irish Studies and stimulating Irish literary and political culture during the 1980s and 1990s. The authors are Tom Paulin, Seamus Heaney, Seamus Deane (who contributed two pamphlets),... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 116991
HIRST, Damien. From the Cradle to the Grave. Selected Drawings.
London : 2004First edition, first printing. Limited to 1500 copies signed and numbered by Hirst. Published on the occasion of Hirst's exhibition of drawings at the Tivoli Gallery, Ljubljana, June 10 - September 28, 2003 and subsequently touring under British Council auspices to other venues in Europe. Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 142478
HUGHES, Ted. What is the Truth? [Together with:] A March Calf.
London : 1995First editions, first impressions, paperback issues. Dedication copies, both inscribed on the front free endpaper to the author's sister Olwyn Hughes: "For Olwyn with love Ted October 1995". Olwyn and Gerald, Hughes's brother, shared the dedication of the four Animal Poems books, with these two books being vols. II and III. Hughes was very close to... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 125811
HEANEY, Seamus. Death of a Naturalist.
London : 1966First edition, first impression, of Heaney's first major collection (including the first appearance of his great "Digging"), a superbly inscribed review copy sent to Heaney's friend J. Kenneth Jamison (1931-2016), in the year he became Director of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, a position he held until 1991. The title page bears Heaney's inscription,... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 144943
HEANEY, Seamus. The Poet as a Christian.
First and only appearance in print of this essai, offering a glimpse into the poet's stance on matters spiritual, published in the October 1978 issue of the journal of theological reflection, The Furrow; inscribed on the front wrapper "For Ken, with happy memories of our 'joint meeting', good luck, Seamus. 16 October 1978".
When pondering whether... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 145486
HEANEY, Seamus. Autograph letter signed.
Sandycove, Co. Dublin : 31 December 1989A lovely birthday letter with an acrostic poem "for a Lady, born 31 December 1899" and spelling "Muriel", starting "Midnight, and my Gay Nineties were over", and signed "with love and admiration, from Seamus and Marie".
Although we could not identify the recipient, the letter originates from the collection, though without ownership inscription,... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 145490
HIRST, Damien. Beautiful Inside My Head Forever.
London : 2008First and only edition, signed and dated "Damien Hirst '08" on the title page of the first volume, also signed in both supplements which cover lot 213, The Kingdom, and lot 237, The Golden Calf. Published for the two-day sale in three parts of new work by Hirst held at Sotheby's, London on 15 and 16 September 2008. Hirst bypassed traditional galleries... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 134003