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MOORE, Henry (illus.); GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von, & André Gide (trans.) Prométhée.
Paris : 1950-51First and limited edition of Moore's first lithographic portfolio, this copy marked "H.C." (hors de commerce) and initialled by the publisher P. A. Nicaise, perhaps one of the copies réservées à des collaborateurs (reserved for collaborators); the edition was limited to 183 copies on vélin de chiffon à la forme des Papeteries du Marais.
"During... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 135517
MESENS, Édouard Léon Théodore. Troisième Front.
London : 1944First UK edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed on the half-title "A mon vieil ami Jacques Bernard Brunius, 'Nous avons mis vingt ans trente ans, A vivre avec ingénuité, Force et ingéniosité...' En toute affection, E. L. T. Mesens. 9 Avril 1944". This bilingual publication, with French and English facing texts, is number 8 of 500... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 140447
GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. Faust.
Hammersmith : November 1906 & June 1910First Doves Press editions, each volume one of 25 copies on vellum.
The subject of Faust preoccupied Goethe for most of his life. He began a play on the theme as early as 1773, at first probably concentrated mainly on Faust's disgust with academic learning and on the shallowness of university life. He worked it up into the love tragedy (the so-called... Learn More£25,000.00
Stock Code: 145189
SHAKESPEARE HEAD PRESS: SPENSER, Edmund. The Works.
Oxford : 1930Shakespeare Head Edition, number 183 of 375 sets printed on handmade paper and bound thus, with hand-coloured woodcuts by Hilda Quick. The edition, with the text newly prepared, is one of the Press's crowning achievements, this being a particularly appealing unopened copy. A further eleven copies were issued on vellum.
Hilda Quick (1895-1978)... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 142984
MORRIS, William. The Collected Works.
London : 1910The best collected edition of the works of William Morris, including introductions by the author's daughter, May Morris. One of a limited edition of 1,050 numbered sets and very attractively bound. Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 68521
MORRIS, William. The Collected Works.
London : 1910A handsomely bound set of the best collected edition of the works of William Morris, including introductions by the author's daughter, May Morris. One of a limited edition of 1050 numbered sets of which this is number 259. Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 136121
KELMSCOTT PRESS: CHAUCER, Geoffrey. The Works.
London : 1974Limited edition, one of 515 copies. A superb copy of the Basilisk Press facsimile of the Kelmscott Chaucer, the second volume providing insight into the Press, the work, and its illustrations. Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 135767
KELMSCOTT PRESS: CHAUCER, Geoffrey. The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer now newly imprinted.
Hammersmith : 1896Limited edition, one of 425 copies on paper from a total edition of 438. A magnificent copy of Morris's masterpiece of printing in a fine and entirely appropriate contemporary pigskin binding, recorded as "unlocated" in the census of copies of the book.
W. B. Yeats described the Kelmscott Chaucer as "the most beautiful of all printed books" and... Learn More£225,000.00
Stock Code: 148314
KELMSCOTT PRESS: CHAUCER, Geoffrey. The Works.
London : 1974Limited edition, one of 515 copies. A superb copy of the Basilisk Press facsimile of the Kelmscott Chaucer, the most ambitious and magnificent book of the Kelmscott Press. Burne-Jones called the book "a pocket cathedral it is so full of design", and "the finest book ever printed; if W. M. had done nothing else it would be enough".
"The Kelmscott... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 109804
KELMSCOTT PRESS: CHAUCER, Geoffrey. The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer now newly imprinted.
London : 2002Limited Folio Society facsimile edition of the Kelmscott Chaucer, number 307 of 1,010 copies.
The most ambitious and magnificent book of the Press, "The Kelmscott Chaucer is not only the most important of the Kelmscott Press's productions; it is also one of the great books of the world. Its splendour can hardly be matched among the books of the... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 145397
BLAKE, William. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.
Clairvaux : 1960First edition thus, deluxe limited issue: copy VIII of 20 deluxe copies with an original guide sheet and stencil, and a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages, as well as colour collotype proofs, from a total edition of 526 copies on Arches pure rag paper made to match that used by Blake, with each page watermarked with Blake's monogram.... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 136923
HERRICK, Robert. Poems Selected from the Hesperides.
New York : 1903First edition thus, one of 260 copies only, printed on Mayday 1903. This finely produced edition of Herrick's poems features striking woodcuts designed by the co-runner of the Elston Press Helen Marguerite O'Kane. Her designs "complement Hesperides beautifully and reflect the qualities of equanimity, sweetness, delicacy, and youthful idyllic enjoyment... Learn More£675.00
Stock Code: 144713
MORRIS, William. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung.
London : 1877First edition of Morris's Icelandic epic, his longest and most ambitious poem. Although dated 1877 this work was issued in November 1876. He had published a prose translation, in collaboration with Eirikr Magnusson, in 1870, though this edition presents the first appearance of his solo poetic treatment of the epic. "This four-book narrative in resounding... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 129025
DE CHAIR, Somerset. The First Crusade.
London : 1945First edition in English, signed limited issue of 500 copies, of which 100 were specially bound in full vellum; this copy being number 4. Additionally inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Gathorne, from a tired Crusader, this account of those who enjoyed on the road to Jerusalem 'a Happy Martyrdom,' Somerset de Chair, Wingfield Morris... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 120134
KELMSCOTT PRESS: CAXTON, William (trans). The History of Reynard the Foxe.
Hammersmith : 1892 Limited edition, one of 300 copies on paper, from a total edition of 310 copies. In his note requested by Quaritch as a puff, Morris commented: "this translation of Caxton's is one of the very best of his works as to style; and being translated from a kindred tongue is delightful as mere language. In its rude joviality, and simple and direct delineation... Learn More£8,500.00
Stock Code: 145992
TYPOGRAPHY. A Specimen of Printing Types by Joseph Fry and Sons, Letter-Founders to the Prince of Wales.
London : 1786First edition of this rare collection of type specimens issued by the distinguished Quaker typefounder Joseph Fry (1728-1787), better known today as the father of the Fry chocolate dynasty; it is thinly represented among institutional libraries, with none appearing on auction records. This copy in a handsome period binding, a little compromised but... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 145015
McALMON, Robert. Corrected proof sheets for The Portrait of a Generation.
[Paris] : [5 January 1926]Corrected proof sheets, with manuscript and typewritten annotations on 23 pages, the majority in McAlmon's hand. McAlmon makes changes to both the formatting and language of the poems, proving an insight into his writing method. The Portrait of a Generation was published in 1926 by his own Contact Publishing Company in an issue of 200 copies. McAlmon,... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 123869
YEATS, W. B. A complete set of the Dun Emer Press books.
Dundrum, Dublin : 1903-07An attractive complete set of the books issued by the Dun Emer Press, the private press established by Yeats's sisters that played a central part in the Celtic Revival. The poet acted as literary editor and subsidised its productions; a number of the publications are Yeats first editions. "In 1902, when Lily Yeats and her sister, Elizabeth, were invited... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 102604
GILL, Eric & Mary, & Austen Barbe Harrison. From the Jerusalem Diary, dedication copy, and two copies of From the Palestine Diary; together with a collection of correspondence to the dedicatee.A remarkable collection, including the dedication copy of the From the Jerusalem Diary, inscribed by the editor, Mary Gill, Eric Gill's widow, "To Austen St B. Harrison, with happy memories, from M.E.G.", with the Eric Gill-designed bookplate of Austen St Barbe Harrison to the front pastedown. Harrison, a close personal friend of Gill (1882-1940), was... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 118739
YEATS, W. B. The Cat and the Moon and certain Poems.
Dublin : 1924First edition, first impression, one of 500 copies printed by Elizabeth Yeats in May 1924. This is the first appearance of "The Cat and the Moon", "Leda and the Swan" and "The Lover Speaks". The Cuala Press was one half of the Cuala Industries, a co-operative business run by Lily and Elizabeth Yeats. Cuala Industries was founded with the aim of reviving... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 131789
POUND, Ezra, & W. B. Yeats (eds.); FENOLLOSA, Ernest. Certain Noble Plays of Japan: From the Manuscripts of Ernest Fenollosa.
Churchtown, Dundrum : 1916First edition, first impression, number 277 of 350 copies printed by Elizabeth Yeats in September 1916. Fenollosa (1853-1908) was an American academic who became Curator of the Imperial Museum of Japan in 1888 and Curator of Oriental Art at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in 1890. He was instrumental in promoting the study of Asian art in the west, and... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 131792
BLAKE, William. The Song of Los.
Clairvaux : 1975First edition thus, limited issue, publisher Arnold Fawcus's copy. Copy A of 26 copies reserved for the trustees of the William Blake Trust and the publishers, from a total edition of 458 copies, printed on Arches pure rag paper made to match the paper used by Blake. This copy derives from the Trianon Press archive, from the estate of Trianon publisher... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 115053
YEATS, W. B. In the Seven Woods:
Dundrum : 1903First edition, first impression, one of 325 copies, of the first title printed at the Dun Emer Press, this an appealing association copy, from the library of Yeats's friend and business adviser Sydney Carlyle Cockerell (1867-1962), book collector and director of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge (1908-37), with his ownership signature on the front... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 147175
DUNSANY, Lord. Selections from the Writings.
Dundrum : 1912First edition thus, first impression, one of 250 copies. Lord Dunsany, "unquestionably one of the most important writers of heroic fantasy of the century", was a friend of W. B. Yeats's through their mutual involvement in the Abbey Theatre, where Dunsany's first contribution to the to the Irish theatre movement, The Glittering Gate, was performed in... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 139300
KELMSCOTT PRESS: BLUNT, Wilfrid Scawen. The Love-Lyrics and Songs of Proteus.
Hammersmith : 1892First Kelmscott edition, one of only 300 copies, presentation copy, pseudonymously inscribed by Blunt to his sometime lover Mary Singleton on the front free endpaper, "Violet Fane from Proteus April 29 1892". Singleton was notably the subject of Sonnet LV "St. Valentine's Day" on page 162 of this work. A beautiful copy with a fittingly romantic association.
Mary... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 144728
KELMSCOTT PRESS: RUSKIN, John. The Nature of Gothic a chapter of the Stones of Venice.
Hammersmith : First Kelmscott edition, one of 525 copies on paper (there was no issue printed on vellum). This work by Ruskin was originally a chapter within the author's The Stones of Venice (first published in 1853) and had previously been reprinted as a pamphlet by F. J. Furnivall in 1853. Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 150052
GUTHRIE, John. Ten Designs for the Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Flansham : 1925First edition, first impression, number 45 of 50 copies only signed by the designer. Five plates show Guthrie's designs for the stage decor; the others illustrate six characters for a theatre production of Shakespeare's play. John Guthrie was the son of the printer and owner of the press, James Guthrie, whose print-making technique and aesthetic was... Learn More£1,375.00
Stock Code: 140871
ESSEX HOUSE PRESS: GOLDSMITH, Oliver. The Deserted Village.
Campden, Gloucestershire : 1904First Essex House Press edition, number 120 of 150 copies only, printed on vellum and hand illuminated. Goldsmith's poem, first published in 1770, is a pastoral elegy and political polemic which depicts an idealised, and supposedly lost, rural lifestyle. It is presented here as the twelfth work in the Essex House Press Great Poems Series. The Essex... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 137543
WHITE, Gleeson, & Charles Shannon, eds. The Pageant.
London : 1896-97First editions, first impressions. All published of a typically unfeasible 1890s venture, an artistic and literary collaboration between the "Rhymers' Club" decadents and the pre-Raphaelite aesthetes, and others, including work by Max Beerbohm, Robert Bridges, Edward Burne Jones, Charles Conder, Walter Crane, Austin Dobson, Ernest Dowson, Richard Garnett,... Learn More£400.00
Stock Code: 140450
MORRIS, William. The Defence of Guenevere and other poems.
London : 1858First edition of William Morris's first major published work, containing 30 poems, published when the author was 24 years old and dedicated to Rossetti.
Buxton Forman notes that Morris "had what I cannot doubt to have been a genuine misprision of this delightful little book" since he "refused to revise it." Apparently it was "with difficulty... Learn More£900.00
Stock Code: 149610
BROOKE, Rupert. Rupert Brooke: fragments now first collected some being hitherto unpublished.
Hartford : 1925First edition, number 67 of 99 copies, of this collection of Brooke's fragmentary works. The collection mostly comprises verses written by Brooke into books that subsequently fell into the publisher's hands, "the publication was not authorized by Mrs. Brook" (Keynes). Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 129591
FLINT, William Russell (illus.) Theocritus, Bion and Moschus,
London : 1922First Flint edition, deluxe issue, number 157 of 500 copies printed on handmade paper; there were also 12 copies printed on vellum. William Russell Flint's vivid style is particularly suited to evoking the worlds of Ancient Greek idyllic and pastoral poetry.
This edition was translated by Andrew Lang (1844-1912), classicist and anthropologist,... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 146053
BLAKE, William. The Gates of Paradise.
Clairvaux : 1968First facsimile edition, number 40 of 50 special copies with an additional volume (containing an original negative - here showing The Earth engraving - a copperplate, and collotypes without plate-mark) and the first three bound in full morocco, from a total edition of 726 copies. The engravings for Blake's visionary allegory of human life and death... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 115013
NONESUCH PRESS: MILTON, John. Poems in English: Miscellaneous Poems, Paradise Regain'd & Samson Agonistes. [Together with:] Paradise Lost.
London : 1926First Nonesuch Press edition, number 7 of 90 deluxe issue copies on Oxford India Paper bound in one volume in full vellum.
This attractively printed edition is illustrated with black and white reproductions of William Blake's remarkable visual interpretations of Milton's poetical works, accompanied by notes on the illustrations. Though individual... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 149224
SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe. The Banquet.
London : 1909 First edition thus, first impression, of one of the great texts on love in world literature and translated by one of its most enthusiastic exponents, in a fine press edition by the London County Council Central School of Arts & Crafts, under the direction of J. H. Mason who worked for the Doves Press.
Scarce: WorldCat locates only one copy (University... Learn More£900.00
Stock Code: 143848
YEATS, W. B. Words for Music Perhaps and Other Poems.
Dublin : 1932First edition, first impression, one of 450 copies printed by Elizabeth Yeats in November 1932. This collection includes Yeats's Byzantium and the Crazy Jane poems. The Cuala Press was one half of the Cuala Industries, a co-operative business run by Lily and Elizabeth Yeats. Cuala Industries was founded with the aim of reviving the craft of book printing... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 131775
JAMES, Edward. Twenty Sonnets to Mary.
[London] : First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by the author to his sister on the first blank, "To Silvia, with love and affection, from Edward - May 1931". Edward James (1907-1984) was an aristocratic arts patron and amateur poet. He was a passionate supporter of surrealism and sponsored Salvador Dalí for the whole of 1938. The James Press was primarily... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 130533
DAVIES, Jonathan Ceredig. Life, Travels and Reminiscences of Jonathan Ceredig Davies.
Llanddewi Brefi : 1927A Herculean labour of love: one of 70 copies only, printed for private circulation by the author in his old age at his own printing-press. This copy inscribed "yours sincerely, J. Ceredig Davies" on the frontispiece and forwarded to his cousin, the Hon. Dan W. Williams of Jackson, Ohio. Davies's memoirs comprise his journeys to Patagonia and Australia.... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 93335
CLUTTON-BROCK, Arthur. Simpson's Choice.
London : 1915First edition, first impression, one of 500 copies printed, this copy is unnumbered but marked "Review Copy", and bears the pencil ownership inscription of the journalist and author Richard Ellis Roberts (1879-1953), to the front free endpaper.
Roberts was "for a few years from 1928, literary editor of the New Statesman, and a relatively undistinguished... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 143062
ZWEYBRÜCK, Emmy, & Edwin Redslob. 6 Christmas Rhymes 6 Christmas Pictures.
Vienna : 1931First edition in English of this beautifully illustrated work, produced at the studio of Emmy Zweybrück; institutionally scarce, with just six copies traced in WorldCat. It was published in German in a small edition the previous year, under the title Ein Stern ist aufgegangen.
Zweybrück (1890-1956), a highly talented artist and teacher, trained... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 140553
CHRYSLER, Walter P., & Boyden Sparkes. Life of an American Workman.
New York : 1937First and limited edition, number 64 of 500 copies privately printed, presentation copy inscribed by the author, "To W. S. S. Rodgers with my friendship and affection 1/19/38 W. P. Chrysler", on the first blank leaf. The book's foreword describes the printing of this edition, designed as a Christmas remembrance for the Chrysler family to distribute... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 122166
MORRIS, William. [Four Chiswick Press books,
London : 1898, 1898, 1899, & 1900First editions, first impressions, an attractive gathering in excellent condition, of these four Chiswick Press fine press publications of William Morris's lectures. Some Hints on Pattern Designing was one of two Morris works included in Printing and the Mind of Man. In the catalogue it is noted that Walter Crane wrote of Morris's far-reaching aesthetic... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 141521
HADFIELD, John (ed.) Restoration Love Songs.
Preston : 1950First edition, first impression, number 248 of 660 copies only. This anthology of Restoration poetry was compiled by John Hadfield, the founder of the Cupid Press, and is the second instalment in his triptych, the other two being Georgian-, and Elizabethan Love Songs. Originally issued in marbled boards, this copy is in an elegant Sangorski & Sutcliffe... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 144622
HOUSMAN, A. E. A Shropshire Lad and Last Poems.
Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire : 1929First Alcuin Press edition, one of 325 sets, this copy is out-of-series, inscribed "specially for Graham and Vivienne Greene, from the printer of the book" on the limitation page, and with author Graham Greene's wife library label to the front pastedown.
This was the first edition comprising what were then Housman's complete published works (More... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 149373
FORTUNE PRESS: DURRELL, Lawrence; Ruthven Todd, Patrick Evans; Rayner Heppenstall; Edgar Foxall; Oswell Blakeston. Proems.
London : 1938First edition, first impression. The Fortune Press made most of its money through a steady output of pornography, and also provided its owner Reginald Caton with a convenient tax dodge for his activities as a slum landlord in Brighton. Caton would occasionally commission works of "proper literature" to provide his pornography list with a veneer of respectability... Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 109002
POWER, Anastasia (illus.); KEATS, John. Calligraphic manuscript of Ode on a Grecian Urn.
Campden : 1903A remarkable manuscript of Keats's Ode on a Grecian Urn produced by renowned Arts and Crafts binder and calligrapher Anastasia Power. A student of Douglas Cockerell, Power ran the Essex House bindery from the summer of 1902 until her marriage to one of the art workers, Gerald Loosley, in 1905. This manuscript, which is rendered entirely on vellum, appears... Learn More£4,000.00
Stock Code: 138536
MORRIS, William (owner) - HENRY VIII. [Acts of Parliament for England for 1529:]
[London : 1530?]First edition of the statutes of 1529, the 21st year of Henry VIII's reign and the first legislative session of the Reformation Parliament (sitting from 3 November 1529 to 17 December 1529); this volume originating from the library of William Morris, with his posthumous book label to the front pastedown.
The volume was sold in William Morris's... Learn More£5,000.00
Stock Code: 149929
SHAKESPEARE HEAD PRESS: CHRISTMAS CAROLS. Booklet I-VI.
Stratford-on-Avon : 1906A charmingly bound volume of attractively printed folk songs, Shakespearean sonnets, and Christmas carols (vols. 1-2 second editions, vols. 3-6 first editions), bound in an arts and crafts faux-medieval style. The booklets bound together here were printed at Christmas 1906 by the Shakespeare Head as gifts.
The Nut-Brown Maid is a ballad included... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 149145
FLINT, William Russell (illus.); HERRICK, Robert. One Hundred and Eleven Poems.
London : 1955First edition, number 529 of 445 copies bound thus; a further 105 signed copies with eight extra plates were also issued, all printed at the artist's expense. Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969), was described by Charles Wheeler, president of the Royal Academy, as an artist of "a steady hand, keen eye and gay spirit in a shaky world" (ODNB). His illustrations... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 140576
BLAKE, William. Milton: A Poem.
Clairvaux : 1967First edition thus, copy S of 26 lettered copies reserved for Lessing J. Rosenwald, the Library of Congress, the Trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers, containing an original guide-sheet and stencil, and a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages in the stencil work, as well as colour collotype proofs, from a total edition... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 115042
YEATS, W. B. Dramatis Personae.
Dublin : 1935First edition, first impression, one of 400 copies printed by Elizabeth Yeats in December 1935, with the errata slip laid in. The included memoirs first appeared in The London Mercury in November and December of that year. The Cuala Press was one half of the Cuala Industries, a co-operative business run by Lily and Elizabeth Yeats. Cuala Industries... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 131774
NEUBURG, Victor Benjamin. Swift Wings. Songs in Sussex.
Steyning : 1921First edition, number 197 of 550 copies on antique laid paper, a notably fresh example of Neuburg's second book of pagan poetry published at his Vine Press. This copy was presented as a gift with a charmingly poetic inscription on the front free endpaper by his son, Victor Edward Neuburg (1924-1996).
This selection of Neuburg's poetry follows... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 139457
SHARP, William, as Fiona MacLeod. Runes of Woman.
Portland, ME : 1915First edition, one of 450 copies printed on Van Gelder paper, in the uncommon printed glassine jacket, this copy in notably smart condition.
Writer and editor William Sharp (1855-1905) adopted the pseudonym Fiona MacLeod in 1894 and secretly wrote under this name for the rest of his life. Sharp "constructed an elaborate series of deceptions,... Learn More£225.00
Stock Code: 144999
YEATS, W. B. Mosada.
Dublin : October 1943First Cuala press edition, limited issue. Number 40 of 50 copies, and, though uncalled for, this copy is signed by "George" Hyde-Lees, (1892-1968), the author's wife. Mosada was Yeats's first published work, and was first published in 1886 as an offprint from the Dublin University Review. That edition, of around 100 copies, is now "exceedingly rare"... Learn More£4,000.00
Stock Code: 143922
TOULET, P.-J. Les Contrerimes.
Brussels : 1927First Belgian edition, first printing, (third overall), number 49 of 25 copies on vergé de Hollande Van Gelder antique, with the additional suite of proofs of the engravings on auvergne paper, from a total edition of 492. Charles Émile Egli, known as Carlègle (1877-1937) was a Swiss-born illustrator and painter who spent most of his life in Paris.... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 132141
BIBLIOGRAPHY - HUNTER, Dard. Papermaking by Hand in India.
New York : 1939First edition, first printing, number 88 of 370 copies only, signed by the author and the publisher on the limitation page. This uncommon work is rare still in the original slipcase and accompanied by the publisher's original four-page prospectus.
William Joseph "Dard" Hunter (1883-1966) had begun his career in East Aurora, New York with a job... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 149901
ASHBEE, C. R. American Sheaves & English Seed Corn:
London : 1901First edition, number seven of 300 copies. The text of eight lectures or addresses originally delivered by Charles Ashbee in the United States in 1900 to 1901 on behalf of the National Trust as part of his endeavours to make "the work and objects of the society known in the United States".
Ashbee notes in the preface to this volume that he served... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 150350
FERRERO, Roger (illus.); VERLAINE, Paul. Romances et la Bonne Chanson.
Zurich : First edition illustrated by Roger Ferrero, number 15 of 35 on papier Guarro à la main, from an edition limited to 180 copies, with an original drawing signed, and a suite of illustrations on Japon, signed "Grosclaude" and "RFerrero" on the limitation page, the present work with an extra 3 original drawings by Ferrero.
This luxury edition was... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 132195
MORRIS, William, & Eirikr MAGNUSSON (trans.) Grettis Saga.
London : 1869First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by one of the translators on an inserted leaf before the half-title, "To Beresford Hope, Esq. M.P. with kindest regards from Eiríkr Magnússon". The recipient was the Conservative politician, Alexander Beresford Hope (1820-1887), who was also known as a writer on architectural, archaeological and ecclesiastical... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 149612
CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De natura deorum libri tres.
Glasgow : 1741First edition of the first substantial book published by Robert Foulis, rarely found in uncut state and in a contemporary binding. Cicero was a mainstay of the Foulis brothers, with their press publishing a total of 24 editions of the author, partly to feed the demand from students at Glasgow University.
The work was issued on three sizes of... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 126791