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(WAUGH, Evelyn.) SPARE, Austin Osman, & Clifford Bax. The Golden Hind.
London : 1923-4Final four issues of the important literary magazine, with five illustrations by Evelyn Waugh; and 3 others, including 2 works containing Dudley Carew's bookplate designed by Waugh and Circular Saws with the Waugh-designed dust-jacket.
"At Oxford Evelyn had a greater reputation as a graphic artist than a writer, and as such was much in demand, designing... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 112542
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
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
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
WAUGH, Evelyn. A Handful of Dust.
London : 1934Uncorrected proof copy of what is "now widely regarded as Waugh's masterpiece" (ODNB). A Handful of Dust is "a satire on the collapse of civilized values, concentrating on the barbarism of contemporary sexual mores and divorce" (ibid.). Just one other proof copy has been traced at auction, that being Waugh's own, with his manuscript corrections,... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 87399