New York: Pioneer Associates, 1935. Illustrated with 19 reproductions of wood engravings. Tall slim 8vo, blue cloth (spine darkened and a bit worn at head; internally clean). New York: Pioneer Associates, 1935. Limited first edition. A very good copy. Limited edition - number 742 of 750 numbered copies signed by both authors.
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Philadelphia: Rosenbach, 1966. The History of the Preface to The Nigger of the "Narcissus" with Facsimiles of the Manuscripts. Edited with an Essay by David R. Smith. Woodcut portrait by Leonard Baskin, printed from the block. Rubricated text in title and limitation pages. 79pp. Slim 4to, marbled boards with paper label, uncut edges; two-piece slipcase. Philadelphia: Rosenbach Foundation (Printed at Gehenna Press), 1966. A fine copy. Limited edition - number 55 of only 100 copies (total edition of 1100) containing.....
Golden Cockerel, 1932. Illustrated with decorations by Robert Gibbings. Very slim and tall 12mo, gilt stamped brown cloth (darkened at edges), all edges gilt, protected with plain green paper dust wrapper (not original). Golden Cockerel, 1932. A very good copy. Signed limited edition, number 107 of 325. Signed by Driberg on the limitation page.
New York: Macmillan, 1931. 4 wood engravings by Allen Lewis. xi + 213pp., 8vo, decorative cloth with paper label on front cover; corners and head of spine bumped, lower corner of first three pages creased. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1931. A very good copy. This story recieved the Newbery Honor Award for 1932.
Brookfield: Millbrook Press, 1997. Illustrated in black and white by Melanie Reim. small 4to, black leatherette, dust wrapper. Brookfield: Millbrook Press, 1997. A near fine copy aside for library markings. Overall very good. Ex-lib, with most of library markings removed. The autobiography, "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl" by Harriet Jacobs, retold for a younger audience.
Version Francaise de denise Van Moppes. Illustrated throughout with colored woodcuts by Frans Masereel. 349pp. Short thick 4to, printed wrappers with loose signatures (uncut and unsewn), housed in a folding cloth & textured board sleeve. Gand Belgique: Snoeck-Ducaju & fils, 1947. A fine copy in a near fine sleeve. Limited edition. Number 543 of 1000 copies, signed by the author, editor and illustrator.
Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel, 1930. 17 wood engravings (including title page and colophon). 15pp., small slim 8vo, 1/4 yellow cloth with palm tree and skull design on boards; corners bumped, spine faded. Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, (1930). A very good copy. Limited Edition, one of 500 numbered copies.
Speyer: Verlag der Deutschen Heimatbilder, 1923. 8 page string-bound booklet with 12 loose woodcuts hand-mounted on heavy paper and each one signed in pencil. Set is in original black cloth backed decorative paper covered boards; bottom corners of boards lightly bumped. Scarce. Near fine prints and booklet within very good(+) covers.
Arts, Inc., 1964. A large book composed entirely of illustrations (79 reproductions, some in color, but also with 12 original woodcuts). All the text is contained in a 20pp pamphlet at rear, with introduction by Margot Fuerst. Folio, boards with pictorial dust wrapper. United States: Arts, Inc. & Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1964. First edition. Plain mylar overwrap is chipped, but book and dust wrapper are near fine. An unusual book with 12 original woodcuts (6 are double-page color)...
Hannover: Kestnes-Gesellschaft, 1964. Illustrated with 5 original woodcuts (3 in color including the cover) plus many other plates throughout in black & white and spot color. Thin square 8vo, 58 pages plus 18 pages of ads. Original pictorial wrappers. Hannover: Kestner-Gesellschaft, 1964. A fine copy of this limited edition catalogue.
London: Spring Books, 1950. Translated by Hedda Vesela Stranksa. Profusely illustrated in color and black & white images. 58 pages of text, small 4to, pictorial wrappers sewn with white silk cord in the Asian style; housed in a lightly faded wrap around green folding cloth slipcase, fastened with a bamboo dowel. London; Spring Books, (no date, circa 1950). A near fine book in a very good(+) case.