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FITZGERALD, F. Scott. Complete set of works published in the author's lifetime, all first editions.
New York : 1920-41First edition, first printing, of every book published by F. Scott Fitzgerald in his lifetime, and his posthumous Last Tycoon, together comprising five novels, four short story collections, and one play, uniformly bound by the Chelsea Bindery in green morocco. Learn More£20,000.00
Stock Code: 140791
FLEMING, Ian. The final revised typescript of Diamonds Are Forever, with Fleming's autograph revisions throughout, also marked up by the copy-editor for publication.
London : [1955-56]Ian Fleming's revised typescript of Diamonds are Forever, with numerous autograph additions, revealing Fleming's working practices as he honed the fourth Bond novel into its final shape. Original manuscripts and typescripts of Fleming's major works are extremely rare on the market.
The typescript is peppered throughout with authorial tweaks,... Learn More£350,000.00
Stock Code: 145630
FREUD, Sigmund. The Interpretation of Dreams.
London : 1913First edition in English. This is the translation that introduced Freud to the English-speaking world. It was published simultaneously in the UK and the USA immediately establishing Freud as an international heavyweight. Perhaps no other work of the century did more to affect the minds of Westerners than this. Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 148515
FLEMING, Ian. On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
London : 1963First edition, signed limited issue, presentation copy from Ian Fleming to the artist Charles Amherst Villiers (1900-1992), whose portrait of Fleming is reproduced as the colour frontispiece to this edition; the copy is unnumbered, marked "presentation", signed by Fleming, and has Villiers's book label. It was not Fleming's habit to further inscribe... Learn More£22,500.00
Stock Code: 138032
FREUD, Sigmund. Über den Traum.
Wiesbaden : 1911Second edition of the popularised and enlarged version of Freud's greatest single work, The Interpretation of Dreams. Die Traumdeutung was first published in 1899, and the first popularised edition appeared in 1901.
"On February 1, 1900, Freud wrote that he had promised a condensed version of the 'Interpretation of Dreams' for Loewenfeld's series... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 131844
FLEMING, Ian. Live and Let Die.
London : 1954First edition, first impression, in the first issue jacket without the design credit slug to the front flap.
The earliest dust jackets issued made no mention of Kenneth Lewis and at some point the need was recognised to credit his work. A stamp was made and as a stopgap existing jackets were overstamped beneath the blurb on the front flap. This... Learn More£25,000.00
Stock Code: 147010
FLEMING, Ian. Manuscript notebook, including material used in You Only Live Twice.
1962Undoubtedly one of the very last pieces of significant Fleming manuscript material outside the Lilly Library's Fleming collection.
These notes were made at the time of Fleming's trip to Japan in 1961. He returned to Japan with the express purpose of making a trip that he could funnel into a Bond story. He wrote to his friend Richard Hughes in... Learn More£95,000.00
Stock Code: 145643
FLEMING, Ian. Thunderball.
London : 1961First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "To Leonard. These thunderballs! from Ian". The recipient was Leonard Russell (1906-1974), features editor of The Sunday Times, where Fleming worked full-time until December 1959. Fleming's contract with The Sunday Times allowed him to take three months' holiday each... Learn More£19,750.00
Stock Code: 138057
FLEMING, Ian. Moonraker.
London : 1955First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "To Edith, Cette tranche de vie! Ian 1955". Edith was Marie Edith, Viscountess Kemsley (1888-1976), second wife of the newspaper baron Viscount Kemsley (1883-1968). It was Viscount Kemsley who employed Fleming as the foreign manager of his Sunday Times... Learn More£39,500.00
Stock Code: 138007