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WOOLF, Virginia. Monday or Tuesday.
Richmond : 1921First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies of this collection of short stories, and an early Hogarth Press production. Leonard Woolf stated that the work "was printed by F. T. McDermott of the Prompt Press, Richmond, who used to give him advice on printing problems when he and Mrs. Woolf first started the Hogarth Press" (Kirkpatrick). Woolf... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 137334
WARHOL, Andy. Andy Warhol's Interview. September 1979. Vol. IX No. 9.
New York : 1979First edition, first printing. Signed and indistinctly inscribed to the left margin of the front cover by Warhol. The cover is of Liza Minnelli designed by Richard Bernstein. Bernstein painted, sliced, and stenciled celebrity designs which graced the covers of over a decade's worth of Interview Magazine issues from 1972 into the mid 1980s. Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 141994
WARHOL, Andy. Andy Warhol's Interview. May 1980. Vol. X No. 5.
New York : 1980First edition, first printing. Signed, dated and indistinctly inscribed to the left margin of the front cover by Warhol. The cover is of Marina Schiano designed by Richard Bernstein. Bernstein painted, sliced, and stenciled celebrity designs which graced the covers of over a decade's worth of Interview Magazine issues from 1972 into the mid 1980s. Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 141995
WELLS, H. G. Ann Veronica
London : 1909First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "'The Young Mistress's Tale' to Arnold Bennett. With love from his nephew, H. G. Wells", with Bennett's bookplate to the front pastedown. Ann Veronica is commonly believed to be inspired by Well's 1908-9 extramarital affair with feminist... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 131700
WAUGH, Evelyn. Black Mischief.
London : 1932First edition, large paper issue, out of series from 250 numbered copies, the dedication copy to Mary Lygon, inscribed by the author on the limitation page: "For Sweet Blondy with much love from BOAZ housed within swastika device". The book was dedicated to Mary and her sister Dorothy Lygon. Although known to her friends as Maimie, Lady Mary Lygon was... Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 123779
WEST, Rebecca. Black Lamb and Grey Falcon.
London : 1941First edition, first impression, inscribed on the half-title of volume I: "With much gratitude to Yvonne Ffrench from Rebecca West, 1942". Ffrench was the author of well-received biographies of Sarah Siddons, Mrs Gaskell, Ouida, and Florence Nightingale, together with a number of works of Victorian history including a study of the Great Exhibition,... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 124556
WHARTON, Edith. Hudson River Bracketed.
London, New York : 1929First edition, UK issue. The dedication copy, with the author's presentation inscription to the dedication leaf incorporating the printed dedication, "To A.J.H.S. From E.W. December 1929". The dedicatee was John Hugh Smith, a wealthy English banker who met Wharton at Stanway in 1908. The two became fast friends and "embarked on a friendly, even flirtatious... Learn More£9,500.00
Stock Code: 131588
WAUGH, Evelyn. Inscribed postcard.
Dursley, Gloucestershire : 2 April 1950A postcard inscribed by Waugh to Anne Ford, publicity director at Little, Brown & Co., regarding his novel Helena, published that year: "No praise for Maclean. Loyalty to a former commander seals my lips. But no praise. I hope you have now seen 'Helena'. I don't expect it to be popular in USA but I think it my best book. Please use 'blurb' for it identical... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 87382
WORTH, Thomas. Original sketches made on board Edgar E. Holley's Evelyn during a New York Yacht Club cruise in 1867.
New York : c.1867"These sketches were drawn by Thomas Worth who was on board the yacht Evelyn at the time she made the cruise with the New York Yacht Club about 1867. Those on board were E.E., Holley owner, Mr. Amos Stellenwerf, Mr. Dan Slote, Mr. Chas. Van Zant, and the Artist. The accompanying sketches were actual incidents of the cruise. Three sketches are scenes... Learn More£11,500.00
Stock Code: 96970
WARHOL, Andy. Andy Warhol's Interview. December 1977. Vol. VII No. 12.
New York : 1977First edition, first printing. Signed by Andy Warhol on the front cover across a photo of Mick Jagger dressed as Father Christmas carrying Iman and Paul von Ravenstein in a sack over his shoulder. The cover is designed by Richard Bernstein. Bernstein painted, sliced, and stenciled celebrity designs which graced the covers of over a decade's worth of... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 139536
WILLIAMS, John L, & Son (compiled by.) 1889-90. A Manual of Investments.
Richmond, Virginia : 1890First edition of the 6th annual Manual of investments produced by the banking house of John L. Williams of Richmond, Virginia, presentation copy inscribed by the author, "George Wayne Andrew with compliments & regards of the Author & acknowledgements for valuable assistance rendered in the compilation of this work. May 1890".
"Our Manual was... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 93439
WALKER, Francis A. Money.
New York : 1888Presentation copies, inscribed from the author to the businessman Augustus Lowell, Walker's colleague at MT, with an additional leaflet publication of Walker's lecture on bimetallism laid in. An attractively bound set of three pioneering works by "the most widely known and esteemed American economist of his generation" (The New Palgrave IV, p. 850).... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 119669
WHITE, T. H. The Goshawk.
London : 1951First edition, first impression, inscribed by the author "for Elizabeth Alethea Harcourt" on the title page. The recipient is almost certainly the English artist Elizabeth Aletha Harcourt, the daughter of the painter George Harcourt (1868-1947). White wrote this account of his attempt to train a goshawk using traditional falconry techniques in 1936,... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 139514
WAUGH, Evelyn. Scott-King's Modern Europe.
London : 1947Two copies, first editions, first impressions. Both presentation copies, inscribed by the author to Anthony Powell. The first, in blue biro, in a scrawling hand: "For Tony, the host of Bats with deep respect from Evelyn" and with a half-page caricature drawing by the author, of a woman with curly hair and a veil and a man (self portrait?) in evening... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 103235
WELLS, H. G. The Works.
London : 1924-7Signed limited "Atlantic" edition, the preferred "London" issue, number 491 of 620 sets signed by the author on the limitation page of vol. I, for sale and distribution in Britain. A further 1,050 sets were produced and signed for the American issue, and are by far the more common of the two issues. The Atlantic edition is the finest collected edition... Learn More£18,750.00
Stock Code: 129483
WARNER, Rex. The Aerodrome. A Love Story.
London : 1941First edition, first impression, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. The Aerodrome was Warner's wartime dystopia, his third novel, in which he "reverted in part to a non-realistic, expressionist technique. Generally regarded as his best novel, this deeply gloomy work also sees human values collapsing before a rising tide of nihilistic materialism"... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 136856
(WORLD WAR II.) LINDSAY, Martin, & M. E. Johnston. A Short History of the 7th Armoured Division
British Army of the Rhine : First edition. This book continues the story of the 7th Armoured Division begun by Lt.-Col. Michael Carver in A Short History of the 7th Armoured Division October 1938 to May 1943. Written by Captains Lindsay and Johnston, it follows the "Desert Rats" from the end of the North Africa campaign to the British Victory Parade in Berlin on 21 July 1945.... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 90359