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A Tourist's Rome

ALDINGTON, RICHARD

Original stiff printed wrappers, stitched as issued. Draguignan, France: The Mélissa Press, n.d. [1961].

First separate and first complete edition (a shortened version was published as an Introduction to R.S. Magowan's Rome: A Book of Photograph, 1960). With a few minor holograph alterations, deletions and revisions in ink in the text,... more


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Catalogue 152. Being a First Selection of Books from our Shelves which are of Especial Interest in Illustrating the Development of the Art of the Book. Parts I-5 (complete)

(ART OF THE BOOK) (MUIR, PERCY) ELKIN MATHEWS LTD.

5 vols, illustrated, original wrappers, cut flush. Takeley / Bishops Stortford: Elkin Mathews Ltd., n.d.

First editions. A complete set of the 5 parts, as issued, of Catalogue 152 issued by Percy Muir's firm, Elkin Mathews Ltd. With a few markings by a former owner; lightly worn, otherwise in very good... more


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Autograph letter signed, 2pp, 26 Oct. n.y., to J. Burn. With a poem.

BAYLEY, F.W.N.

Autograph letter signed, 2pp, 4to, Literary Times Office, 6 Catherine Street, 26 Oct. n.y. To J. Burn, regarding payment for his contribution of the "Addison" letters: "As this department rests entirely in my hands -- and as no negotiations for papers can be made except thro' me -- I must... more


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Voltaire's "Henriade" Book I.
Voltaire's "Henriade" Book I.

BRONTE, CHARLOTTE

Translated from the French. Illustrated, original stiff printed wrappers, cord tie, uncut. London: Privately printed by Clement Shorter, June 19, 1917.

First edition. No. 6 of 25 copies each numbered and signed by Clement Shorter. Wise, Supplement (1). Fine. ... more


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Typed letter signed, one page, no date. To Mrs. Faurot. With a publisher's advertisement for The Golden Grains

CHILD, GEORGIE BOYNTON

Typed letter signed, one page, measuring approximately 3 3/4" x 7 1/4", no place, no date. To Mrs. Faurot, requesting: "If the spirit moves you after reading the Golden Grains I would very much appreciate your writing me a review. . . . There are a good many 'hidden virtues'... more


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The author's calling card, in the original hand-addressed mailing envelope, postmarked 1917.
The author's calling card, in the original hand-addressed mailing envelope, postmarked 1917.

DELAND, MARGARET

The author's calling card, printed with black mourning borders and with her name and address "Mrs. Lorin F. Deland / 35 Newbury Street", 2" X 3", in the original hand-addressed mailing envelope, postmarked 1917. Signed, with a note of thanks, in blue ink, for Sallie R.H. Tillson. Fine. ... more


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Autograph letter signed, 2pp, 23 April 1883, to Edward Draper. With a poem.

(DICKENS, CHARLES) BLANCHARD, EDWARD L.

Autograph letter signed, 2pp, 8vo, 6, Adelphi Terrace, Strand, 23 April 1883. To Edward Draper, thanking him for his kind remarks, and for sending his songs, which Blanchard has been singing to his wife "with just applause and a spontaneous encore!" Blanchard continues: "I only wish I could send you... more


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The Village Improvement Parade.  Sections I-VI
The Village Improvement Parade. Sections I-VI

LINDSAY, VACHEL

Illustrated 4to, original loose folded sheets. N.p.: n.p., n.d. [see below].

A series of six sequentially-numbered reproductions of drawings by Lindsay each captioned "THE VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT PARADE. Section I [II, II, IV, V, VI]" and signed and dated in print: "NICHOLAS VACHEL LINDSAY 1910." The drawings depict marching figures carrying banners... more


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Signed copy of his printed occasional poem "For the Opening of the Children's Home".

NOYES, ALFRED

Printed poem, signed in black ink at the bottom, one page, 6 7/8" x 8 7/8", n.p., 23 November 1922. An eight-stanza occasional poem by Noyes, titled at the top "For the Opening of the Children's Home (Victoria Hospital, November 23rd, 1922).", which begins: "Within these walls, Pity will war... more


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A collection of 70 booklets published by E. Haldeman-Julius in his "Little Blue Books" series, each containing a work by John Cowper Powys or by Llewellyn Powys, Girard, Kansas: n.d. [c. 1920s onward?]

POWYS, JOHN COWPER AND POWYS, LLEWELLYN

A collection of 70 booklets published by E. Haldeman-Julius in his "Little Blue Books" series, each containing a work by John Cowper Powys or by Llewellyn Powys, in original printed wrappers, measuring approximately 3 3/8" x 5", Girard, Kansas: n.d. [c. 1920s onward?]. There are duplicates of most of the... more


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3 autograph letters signed, 5pp, to Archibald Marshall. With funeral program.

SEAMAN, OWEN

3 autograph letters signed, 5pp, 8vo, on printed letterheads of the "Punch" Office, 10 Bouverie Street, London, Whitefriars, London, E.C., and 2 Whitehall Court, S.W., London, 6 March and 24 July 1906, and 12 January 1914. To "Archie" [Archibald Marshall], commenting on some articles and proposals Marshall has submitted to... more


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Mr. George Sims Regrets. Books, Catalogues & Papers of G.F. Sims

(SIMS, GEORGE) FERGUSSON, JAMES

Original stiff printed wrappers, cut flush. (London): James Fergusson (Books & Manuscripts), [2015].

First edition of this catalogue issued as a tribute to the English rare book and manuscript dealer, George Sims (1923-1999). No. 34 of "125 numbered copies for sale, printed by Joshua Horgan, Oxford, 2015." Acompanied (as issued) by... more


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Centuria

STEDMAN, EDMUND CLARENCE

Poem by Edmund Clarence Stedman. Music by Joseph Mosenthal. Original single sheet, folded to make 4pp., each measuring approximately 5 5/8" x 8 5/16". N.p. [New York?]:, Twelfth Night, 1899.

A separate printing of Stedman's poem [p. 3] and Joseph Mosenthal's accompanying musical score [p.2], produced for the Century Association's 1899... more


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Collection of 9 Poetry Pamphlets privately printed by Trevelyan at Christmas for the years 1940, 1941(2 copies), 1944, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, and 1950. Presentation copies to Adeline and Ralph Vaughan Williams (5) or to Ursula Wood (3).

TREVELYAN, R.C.

Collection of 9 Poetry Pamphlets, all but two entitled "From the Shiffolds," privately printed by Trevelyan at Christmas for the years 1940, 1941(2 copies), 1944, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, and 1950. Original printed wrappers, wire stitched, as issued. With a presentation inscription from the poet in each booklet to Adeline... more


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Autograph letter signed, one page, 24 March 1824. With printed prospectus.

WOOLER, THOMAS JONATHAN

Autograph letter signed ("Thos. J. Wooler"), one page, 4to, 2 Gough Square, Fleet St., 24 March 1824. Addressed on verso to Thomas Clark, Esq., forwarding ". . . a prospectus of a new undertaking; and request[ing] your kind assistance in behalf of the paper when it shall appear. Though we... more


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